Research Article

EZH2 Might Affect Macrophage Chemotaxis and Anti-Inflammatory Factors by Regulating CCL2 in Dental Pulp Inflammation

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Interleukins were influenced by EZH2, CCL2, and anti-CCL2 in HDPCs. Relative mRNA expression levels of (a) IL-4, (b) TGF-β, and (c) IL-10 were assessed by q-PCR in HDPCs treated by EZH2, CCL2 complex, EZH2 plus CCL2 complex, and EZH2 plus anti-CCL2 for 24 hours. mRNA expression levels were normalized to GAPDH ().