Albumin and hydroxyethyl starch modulate oxidative inflammatory injury to vascular endothelium.

@article{Lang2004AlbuminAH,
  title={Albumin and hydroxyethyl starch modulate oxidative inflammatory injury to vascular endothelium.},
  author={John D. Jr. Lang and Mario Figueroa and Phillip H Chumley and Mutay Aslan and John P. Hurt and Margaret M. Tarpey and Beatriz {\'A}lvarez and Rafael Radi and Bruce A. Freeman},
  journal={Anesthesiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={100 1},
  pages={
          51-8
        }
}
BACKGROUND Human serum albumin is used clinically to maintain colloid osmotic pressure and is viewed to serve an antioxidant role in the vascular compartment via binding of redox-active metal complexes, transport of nitric oxide, and the oxidant-scavenging reactions of the single thiol of human serum albumin, cys34. Because of these potentially desirable adjunctive actions, we evaluated the purity and thiol redox state and compared the relative effects of clinically available 25% human serum… CONTINUE READING

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