The release of lyso-PAF from guinea-pig lungs.


Lyso-PAF was detected after ionophore challenge in the effluent of lungs of guinea-pigs exposed to oxygen and perfused through the pulmonary circulation as well as of control lungs perfused through the airways. Lyso-PAF is probably the inactive metabolite of PAF-acether which could not, itself, be detected in the lung effluents.

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@article{Parente1985TheRO, title={The release of lyso-PAF from guinea-pig lungs.}, author={Leandro Parente and Maureen F Fitzgerald and Gilberto de Nucci and Salvador Moncada}, journal={European journal of pharmacology}, year={1985}, volume={112 2}, pages={281-4} }