Alcool et poumon : des liaisons dangereuses

  title={Alcool et poumon : des liaisons dangereuses},
  author={Philippe Arvers},
  journal={Revue des Maladies Respiratoires},
  • P. Arvers
  • Published 1 December 2018
  • Revue des Maladies Respiratoires
3 Citations

Combined and interaction effect of chlamydia pneumoniae infection and smoking on lung cancer: a case-control study in Southeast China

Cpn infection is potentially associated with primary lung cancer in the Chinese Han population and has combined effects with smoking, passive smoking, and family history of cancer.

Ethanol upregulates the P2X7 purinergic receptor in human macrophages

The results suggest that ethanol induces NLRP3 inflammasome activation by upregulating the P2X7 receptor, which might have revealed a new mechanism for inflammation in ethanol‐related diseases.



Immunité sécrétoire des voies respiratoires.

Beyond its function as an anatomical barrier the bronchial epithelium possesses a secretory activity that is essential for the protection of the lung and should provide in the future a new target for the development of diagnostic and therapeutic tools.

Tabac et poumon

Mortalité attribuable à l ’ alcool en France en 2009 *

Même si la consommation d’alcool est profondément ancrée dans les cultures européennes depuis des siècles, et s’il tient une place très importante dans notre vie quotidienne et nos célébrations

Alveolar epithelial barrier and acute lung injury.

While it is recognized that alveolar epithelial type II cells play an important role in both ion transport and surfactant production, it is now possible to study in vitro the contribution of alveental epithelialtype II cells in repair of the denuded alveolars barrier.