Pholasin: a new chemiluminescent probe for the detection of chloramines derived from human phagocytes.

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We have previously reported that normal human polymorphonuclear neutrophils (PMN) release taurine-chloramine, a long-lived oxidant, in response to stimulation by phorbol myristate acetate (PMA) or opsonized zymosan in the presence of exogenous taurine. We now describe a new, simple, and highly sensitive method for the detection of chloramines, including… (More)

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@article{WitkoSarsat1992PholasinAN, title={Pholasin: a new chemiluminescent probe for the detection of chloramines derived from human phagocytes.}, author={V{\'e}ronique Witko-Sarsat and Anh Thu Nguyen and John G. Knight and B{\'e}atrice Descamps-Latscha}, journal={Free radical biology & medicine}, year={1992}, volume={13 1}, pages={83-8} }