Monocyte stimulation by reactive oxygen species: Role of superoxide and intracellular Ca2+

@article{Volk1999MonocyteSB,
  title={Monocyte stimulation by reactive oxygen species: Role of superoxide and intracellular Ca2+},
  author={Thomas Volk and Jeffrey E Gerst and G. Faust-Belbe and Arne Stroehmann and Wolfgang J. Kox},
  journal={Inflammation Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={48},
  pages={544-549}
}
Abstract.Objective: Production of reactive oxygen species has generally been linked to inflammatory processes. Whether the presence of superoxide and hydrogen peroxide affects mononuclear cell function was investigated with an in vitro model using isolated human mononuclear cells. ¶Materials and Methods: Human mononuclear cells were isolated from buffy coat. Toxicity was measured with Trypan blue exclusion, secreted TNF-α was measured with an ELISA, reactive oxygen species within mononuclear… CONTINUE READING
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