Markers of Wound Healing in Vocal Fold Secretions from Patients with Laryngeal Pathology

@article{Branski2004MarkersOW,
  title={Markers of Wound Healing in Vocal Fold Secretions from Patients with Laryngeal Pathology},
  author={Ryan C. Branski and Katherine Verdolini and Clark A. Rosen and Patricia A. Hebda},
  journal={Annals of Otology, Rhinology \& Laryngology},
  year={2004},
  volume={113},
  pages={23 - 29}
}
This study seeks to determine the ability of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays of vocal fold secretions to detect and describe the inflammatory response in the vocal folds. Vocal fold and palatal secretions were collected during operation from patients with a range of vocal fold disorders and from control patients. The secretions were subjected to assays for interleukin-1β, prostaglandin E2, and transforming growth factor β. The results indicate a differential expression of mediators… 
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