Inhaled nitric oxide: basic biology and clinical applications.

  title={Inhaled nitric oxide: basic biology and clinical applications.},
  author={Wolfgang Steudel and William E. Hurford and Warren M. Zapol},
  volume={91 4},
A REMARKABLY exciting field of research has developed since nitric oxide (NO) was identified in 1987 as a key endothelium-derived relaxing factor (EDRF). The awarding of the 1998 Nobel prize in physiology or medicine to three seminal researchers in the field of NO biology provided the most recent evidence for the emerging prominence of this area of study. The understanding of the roles of NO in the cardiovascular, immune, and nervous systems; the isolation and localization of NO synthases (NOS… CONTINUE READING

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