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tr.v. re·mod·eled, re·mod·el·ing, re·mod·els also re·mod·elled or re·mod·el·ling
1. To make over in structure or style; reconstruct.
2. Physiology To maintain (bone tissue) in dynamic equilibrium through the resorption and deposition of bone at a given site.

re·mod′el·er n.


n. restauración.


n remodelación f; bone — remodelación ósea; cardiac — remodelación cardíaca
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The authors speculate that the decline in lung function is attributable to the irritation that most cleaning chemicals cause on the mucous membranes lining the airways, which over time results in persistent changes in the airways and airway remodeling.
Several candidate genes have been reported to be functionally implicated during the occurrence and development of asthma, such as pro-inflammatory genes, anti-inflammatory genes, airway remodeling genes, immune modulation genes, etc.
Although the details of the roles of TNF-a in the pathogenesis of asthma are still incompletely explored, it has been shown that this inflammatory cytokine might contribute to local recruitment of neutrophils and eosinophils, promoting the activation of T-cells, inducing chronic airway remodeling and mediating steroid resistance.
To study airway remodeling, we used the Sirius Red staining technique (Malkusch et al.
Zhao J, Lloyd CM, Noble A (2013) Th17 responses in chronic allergic airway inflammation abrogate regulatory T-cell-mediated tolerance and contribute to airway remodeling.
The practicing pathologist can certainly comment on the extent and severity of the above-described airway remodeling.
Keywords: Anti-inflammatory, Chronic asthma, Mouse, Interleukin-5, Methyl palmitate, Airway remodeling.
Airway remodeling is regarded as an important mechanism of PAFL.
It has been well documented that in HRCT scans asthmatic patients manifest more abnormalities related to permanent airway remodeling such as bronchial dilatation and bronchiectasis than do normal subjects.

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