Myeloperoxidase as a Target for the Treatment of Inflammatory Syndromes: Mechanisms and Structure Activity Relationships of Inhibitors.

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Inflammation is an initial response of the body to a harmful stimuli and it is achieved by the increased movement of leukocytes (especially granulocytes) from blood into injured tissues. It is required for healing wounds and infections. Despite their indispensable role in microbial killing, the inflammation reactions may also cause diseases to a host such… (More)

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@article{Soubhye2016MyeloperoxidaseAA, title={Myeloperoxidase as a Target for the Treatment of Inflammatory Syndromes: Mechanisms and Structure Activity Relationships of Inhibitors.}, author={Jalal Soubhye and Iyas Aldib and C{\'e}dric Delporte and Martine Pr{\'e}vost and François E. Dufrasne and Pierre Van Antwerpen}, journal={Current medicinal chemistry}, year={2016}, volume={23 35}, pages={3975-4008} }