The effect of pentoxifylline on human neutrophil migration: a possible role for cyclic nucleotides.


Relatively low concentrations of pentoxifylline caused a stimulation of random migration, while high concentrations inhibited chemotactic migration activated by formyl-methionyl-leucyl-phenylalanine (fMLP). The stimulating effect of pentoxyfylline was partly chemokinetic and partly chemotactic, and was dependent on extracellular calcium. Activation of… (More)


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