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November 30, 2018

Volume 293Issue 48p18421-18803
Open Access
On The Cover: Mice of ovalbumin-induced allergic asthma exhibit pronounced leukocyte infiltration, increased collagen fiber deposition in the airway epithelium, and aggravated inflammation. The image shows airway subepithelial areas with high collagen fibers (blue) and abnormal airway epithelial cells (purple nuclei) that undergo apoptosis, airway epithelial cell exfoliation, and infiltration of inflammatory cells (purple nuclei), where the authors observed the asthmatic pathogenesis in the mouse that is mediated by the proinflammatory NLRP3-RXR axis. For details, see the article by Lv et al., pages 18454–18465....
On The Cover: Mice of ovalbumin-induced allergic asthma exhibit pronounced leukocyte infiltration, increased collagen fiber deposition in the airway epithelium, and aggravated inflammation. The image shows airway subepithelial areas with high collagen fibers (blue) and abnormal airway epithelial cells (purple nuclei) that undergo apoptosis, airway epithelial cell exfoliation, and infiltration of inflammatory cells (purple nuclei), where the authors observed the asthmatic pathogenesis in the mouse that is mediated by the proinflammatory NLRP3-RXR axis. For details, see the article by Lv et al., pages 18454–18465.

Protein Structure and Folding

Neurobiology

Cell Biology

Immunology

Molecular Bases of Disease

Signal Transduction

Editors' Picks

DNA and Chromosomes

Membrane Biology

Enzymology

Developmental Biology

Gene Regulation

Microbiology

Glycobiology and Extracellular Matrices

Plant Biology

Additions and Corrections

Thematic Minireviews

Editorials

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