Kelly A. Greene

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Inosine is an endogenous purine nucleoside that is produced by catabolism of adenosine. Adenosine has a short half-life (approximately 10s) and is rapidly deaminated to inosine, a stable metabolite with a half-life of approximately 15h. Resembling adenosine, inosine acting through adenosine receptors (ARs) exerts a wide range of anti-inflammatory and(More)
The usual methods for preparing lungs for morphologic study involve the instillation of fixatives that modifyproteins and RNA such that the tissue is unsuitable for molecular studies. To develop a technique suitable for molecular studies, pieces of adult rat lungs were infiltrated with agarose, glutaraldehyde, or paraformaldehyde and the consistency of(More)
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