Exogenous IL-4 shuts off pro-inflammation in neutrophils while stimulating anti-inflammation in macrophages to induce neutrophil phagocytosis following myocardial infarction

Michael J. Daseke, Mavis A.A. Tenkorang-Impraim, Yonggang Ma, Upendra Chalise, Shelby R. Konfrst, Michael R. Garrett, Kristine Y. DeLeon-Pennell, Merry L. Lindsey

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