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Stretch regulates alveologenesis and homeostasis via mesenchymal Gαq/11-mediated TGFβ2 activation (2023)
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Goodwin, A. T., John, A. E., Joseph, C., Habgood, A., Tatler, A. L., Susztak, K., …Jenkins, R. G. (2023). Stretch regulates alveologenesis and homeostasis via mesenchymal Gαq/11-mediated TGFβ2 activation. Development, 150(9), https://doi.org/10.1242/dev.201046

Alveolar development and repair require tight spatiotemporal regulation of numerous signalling pathways that are influenced by chemical and mechanical stimuli. Mesenchymal cells play key roles in numerous developmental processes. Transforming growth... Read More about Stretch regulates alveologenesis and homeostasis via mesenchymal Gαq/11-mediated TGFβ2 activation.

Evaluation of outpatient treatment for non-hospitalised patients with COVID-19: The experience of a regional centre in the UK (2023)
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Goodwin, A. T., Thompson, J. S., & Hall, I. P. (2023). Evaluation of outpatient treatment for non-hospitalised patients with COVID-19: The experience of a regional centre in the UK. PLoS ONE, 18(3), Article e0281915. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0281915

Introduction Antivirals, such as molnupiravir, and SARS-CoV-2 neutralising monoclonal antibodies (nMAbs), such as sotrovimab, reduced the risk of hospitalisation and death in clinical trials of high-risk non-hospitalised patients with Covid-19. Howev... Read More about Evaluation of outpatient treatment for non-hospitalised patients with COVID-19: The experience of a regional centre in the UK.

Differential remodelling in small and large murine airways revealed by novel whole lung airway analysis (2023)
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Tatler, A. L., Philp, C. J., Hill, M. R., Cox, S., Bullock, A. M., John, A., …Brook, B. S. (2023). Differential remodelling in small and large murine airways revealed by novel whole lung airway analysis. American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology, 324(3), L271-L284. https://doi.org/10.1152/ajplung.00034.2022

Airway remodelling occurs in chronic asthma leading to increased airway smooth muscle (ASM) mass and extra-cellular matrix (ECM) deposition. Whilst extensively studied in murine airways, studies report only selected larger airways at one time point m... Read More about Differential remodelling in small and large murine airways revealed by novel whole lung airway analysis.

Plasma cells: a feasible therapeutic target in pulmonary fibrosis? (2022)
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Goodwin, A. T., Noble, P. W., & Tatler, A. L. (2022). Plasma cells: a feasible therapeutic target in pulmonary fibrosis?. European Respiratory Journal, 60(5), Article 2201748. https://doi.org/10.1183/13993003.01748-2022

Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is a progressive and fatal lung disease characterised by the irreversible replacement of normal lung parenchyma with stiff scar tissue. The prognosis of IPF is very poor, with a median survival worse than many canc... Read More about Plasma cells: a feasible therapeutic target in pulmonary fibrosis?.

Highlights of the ERS Lung Science Conference and Sleep and Breathing Conference 2021 and the new ECMC members (2021)
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Goodwin, A. T., Karadoğan, D., De Santis, M. M., Alsafadi, H. N., Hawthorne, I., Bradicich, M., …Cruz, J. (2021). Highlights of the ERS Lung Science Conference and Sleep and Breathing Conference 2021 and the new ECMC members. Breathe, 17(3), Article 210080. https://doi.org/10.1183/20734735.0080-2021

The Lung Science Conference (LSC) and the Sleep and Breathing Conference (SBC) are two conferences organised by the European Respiratory Society (ERS), the latter held in association with the European Sleep Research Society. This year, the LSC and SB... Read More about Highlights of the ERS Lung Science Conference and Sleep and Breathing Conference 2021 and the new ECMC members.

Caffeine inhibits TGF? activation in epithelial cells, interrupts fibroblast responses to TGF?, and reduces established fibrosis in ex vivo precision-cut lung slices (2016)
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Caffeine is a commonly used food additive found naturally in many products. In addition to potently stimulating the central nervous system caffeine is able to affect various systems within the body including the cardiovascular and respiratory systems... Read More about Caffeine inhibits TGF? activation in epithelial cells, interrupts fibroblast responses to TGF?, and reduces established fibrosis in ex vivo precision-cut lung slices.