L-NAME-induced neutrophil accumulation in rat lung is not entirely because of interactions with L- and P-selectins or CD18.

@article{Roman2006LNAMEinducedNA,
  title={L-NAME-induced neutrophil accumulation in rat lung is not entirely because of interactions with L- and P-selectins or CD18.},
  author={Angela Roman and Eugene D. McGahren},
  journal={Journal of pediatric surgery},
  year={2006},
  volume={41 10},
  pages={1743-9}
}
BACKGROUND/PURPOSE Nitric oxide (NO) is a known selective dilator of the pulmonary vascular tree. There is evidence that it also plays a role in diminishing neutrophil adherence to vascular endothelial cells. Close examination of these effects of NO on the pulmonary microcirculation is essential to our understanding of its mechanisms of action as well as its potential as a therapeutic agent to reduce neutrophil sequestration, and its subsequent damage, in a variety of conditions that cause lung… CONTINUE READING

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