Interleukins and tumor necrosis factor in inflammation.

  • Jacob Warren
  • Published 1990 in Critical reviews in clinical laboratory sciences


Intense research efforts have been directed toward characterizing mediators that control the inflammatory response and regulate the growth, differentiation, and function of cells involved in inflammation. Tumor necrosis factor, or cachectin, and members of a heterogeneous group of peptides called interleukins exhibit a wide spectrum of activities, some of… (More)


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