A study of the effects of nabumetone (BRL 14777), a novel anti-inflammatory drug, on cell infiltration into sterile cotton pellets implanted in rats.

Abstract

Nabumetone a new non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug is active in reducing the DNA content of implanted cotton pellets in rats on various dosing regimens. The effect of nabumetone can be seen during the early and late phases of the cellular reaction to the implant implicating effects upon polymorphonuclear leucocytes and monocytes. The levels of two lysosomal enzymes are reduced in the exudate by the drug treatment.

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@article{Freeman1982ASO, title={A study of the effects of nabumetone (BRL 14777), a novel anti-inflammatory drug, on cell infiltration into sterile cotton pellets implanted in rats.}, author={Patrick Freeman and Frank Mangan and Deborah K Watkins}, journal={The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology}, year={1982}, volume={34 9}, pages={580-3} }