Caffeine decreases exhaled nitric oxide

@article{Bruce2002CaffeineDE,
  title={Caffeine decreases exhaled nitric oxide},
  author={C. Bruce and D. Yates and P. Thomas},
  journal={Thorax},
  year={2002},
  volume={57},
  pages={361 - 363}
}
Background: Caffeine is known to inhibit phosphodiesterases, to mobilise intracellular calcium, and to act as an antagonist at adenosine receptors, all of which can potentially alter nitric oxide (NO) production. It was therefore hypothesised that caffeine may alter exhaled NO (eNO) levels. Methods: In a randomised, single blind, crossover manner, 12 normal subjects consumed either (1) coffee and a placebo capsule, (2) decaffeinated coffee and a capsule of 200 mg caffeine, or (3) decaffeinated… Expand
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