Samantha L. Williams

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Neutrophil extravasation, a critical component of innate immunity must be tightly regulated to prevent inadvertent or prolonged inflammation and subsequent tissue damage. We have shown previously that endothelial ERK1/2 signaling essential for neutrophil transendothelial migration is induced by a soluble factor produced by activated neutrophils. In this(More)
We compared the effects of sulindac and indomethacin, the effects of two nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, on renal prostaglandin synthesis and renal function. Sulindac, 200 mg twice daily, indomethacin, 25 mg four times a day, or placebo were taken by 15 normal female subjects (five in each of three treatment groups). Indomethacin decreased renal(More)
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