Long-wave ultraviolet ray promotes inflammation in keloid-derived fibroblasts by activating p38-nf
b1 signaling pathway
from Journal of Burn Care & Research
One of the main mechanisms of keloid formation is the persistent chronic inflammation, which initiates the activation of keloid-derived fibroblasts (KFs) and boosts the production of extracellular matrix. Meanwhile, 95% of the ultraviolet rays that reach the Earth are long-wave ultraviolet (UVA).
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