K A Seligmann

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A neutrophil-activating peptide (NAP)/IL-8 produced by LPS-stimulated human peripheral blood monocytes was biochemically purified and functionally characterized by different investigators. Work conducted in our laboratory showed that NAP/IL-8 as well as variants of this peptide are produced by a variety of cells (e.g., monocytes, T lymphocytes, endothelial(More)
Acetazolamide's usefulness in the treatment of the glaucomas is limited by the systemic side effects that often accompany its oral administration, and topical administration was initially thought to have no effect upon the intraocular pressures of human and rabbit eyes. Recent studies, however, have shown the usefulness of water-loading tests for screening(More)
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