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Inflammation: basic principles and clinical correlates
  • B. Weichman
  • Medicine, Biology
    Agents and Actions
  • 1 August 1988
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Interaction of neutrophils with vascular smooth muscle: identification of a neutrophil-derived relaxing factor.
Results demonstrate that rat neutrophils release a factor that has a pharmacologic profile similar to that previously reported for the relaxing factor released from the vascular endothelium.
Production of prostacyclin in mice following intraperitoneal injection of acetic acid, phenylbenzoquinone and zymosan: its role in the writhing response.
Results suggest that PGI2 acts to sensitize the animal for the writhing response, and acted synergistically with acetic acid to produce writhing.
Estradiol-binding kinetics of the activated and nonactivated estrogen receptor.
Investigation of leukotriene involvement in the vasopermeability response associated with guinea pig tracheal anaphylaxis: comparison with cutaneous anaphylaxis.
The results suggest that the degree of leukotriene involvement in anaphylaxis may vary between tissues.
Molecular heterogeneity of leukotriene receptors: correlation of smooth muscle contraction and radioligand binding in guinea-pig lung.
  • S. Mong, H. Wu, +6 authors S. Crooke
  • Chemistry, Medicine
    The Journal of pharmacology and experimental…
  • 1 August 1985
Results indicate that the [3H]LTC4 and [3h]LTD4 specific binding sites in guinea-pig lung membranes are chemically and physically distinct and represent physiologically and pharmacologically important receptors.
Synthesis and LTD4-antagonist activity of desamino-2-nor-leukotriene analogs.
It is demonstrated that deletion of the peptide amino group can produce leukotriene analogs which have minimal intrinsic contractile activity on the isolated guinea pig trachea, yet possess potent leukOTriene-antagonistic effects.