Allergen-induced early and late asthmatic responses are not affected by inhibition of endogenous nitric oxide.

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Endogenous exhaled nitric oxide (NO) is increased during the late response to inhaled allergen in patients with asthma and may be bronchoprotective in asthma or have a deleterious effect when generated in excess under inflammatory conditions. To investigate this, we evaluated the effect of inhibiting endogenous NO production with nebulized NG-nitro-L… (More)

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