A nonlethal intravenous dose of endotoxin influences opsonized zymosan-stimulated [32P]phospholipid turnover in rat alveolar macrophages.

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The opsonized zymosan-stimulated turnover of 32P-labeled phospholipids was examined in alveolar macrophages from rats 3 hr after intravenous administration of saline or a nonlethal dose of endotoxin. Stimulation resulted in increased incorporation of [32P]PO4 into phosphatidic acid and phosphatidylinositol. Also a decreased [32P]phosphatidylcholine and an… (More)

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@article{Dowty1992ANI, title={A nonlethal intravenous dose of endotoxin influences opsonized zymosan-stimulated [32P]phospholipid turnover in rat alveolar macrophages.}, author={Betty J Dowty and Elena B Rodr{\'i}guez de Turco and Arthur F. Hagar and Judy A. Spitzer}, journal={Circulatory shock}, year={1992}, volume={36 4}, pages={307-11} }