Interleukins. Clinical pharmacokinetics and practical implications.

Interleukins and tumour necrosis factor (TNF) are a complex group of proteins and glycoproteins able to exert pleiotropic effects with respect to a number of different target cells. In physiological conditions, they are induced and released in basal amounts only in restricted microenvironments where they have paracrine activity. Any small amounts reaching… (More)