Triphenyltin chloride inhibits superoxide production by human neutrophils stimulated with a surface active agent.


Treatment of human neutrophils with triphenyltin chloride (TPTCl)-inhibited superoxide (O-2) production stimulated with phorbol myristate acetate (PMA). TPTCl was more potent as inhibitor of O-2 production than other phenyltin compounds. The O-2 production by the xanthine oxidase-acetaldehyde system was not inhibited by TPTCl. This finding indicates that… (More)


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