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formation of excess fibrous connective tissue in an organ or tissue in a reparative or reactive process

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'Fibrosis of all the internal organs is increasingly recognized as a deleterious and ominous consequence of, normal aging, repetitive subclinical tissue injury or severe persistent tissue injury. Fibrosis is increasingly seen as the next broad-ranging target for therapeutics after Cancer, and there is now a rush to first-in-class therapeutics. '

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Conference: Fibrosis: From Bench to Bedside (C4). Organizer(s) Jeremy S. Duffield, Steven R. Ledbetter and John P. Iredale March 23—28, 2014, [23.10.2014]


  • Български: фиброза
  • Čeština: fibróza
  • Dansk: fibrose
  • Deutsch: Fibrose
  • Ελληνικά: ίνωση
  • English: fibrosis
  • Español: fibrosis
  • Eesti: fibroos
  • Suomi: fibroosi
  • Français: fibrose
  • Hrvatski: fibroza
  • Magyar: fibrózis
  • Íslenska: trefjun
  • Italiano: fibrosi
  • Lietuvių: fibrozė
  • Latviešu: fibroze
  • Malti: fibrożi
  • Nederlands: fibrose
  • Norsk: fibrose
  • Polski: zwłóknienie
  • Português: fibrose
  • Română: fibroză
  • Slovenčina: fibróza
  • Slovenščina: fibroza
  • Svenska: fibros