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Oxidative stress, generated by excessive reactive oxygen species (ROS) or decreased antioxidant defenses (and possibly both), is… Expand One major limitation in proteomics is the detection and analysis of low‐abundant proteins, i.e. in plasma. Several years ago, a… Expand We have shown that human neutrophils develop dynamic thin and very long tubulovesicular extensions (cytonemes) upon adhesion to… Expand Nitric oxide (NO) transduces most of its biological effects through activation of the heterodimeric enzyme, soluble guanylyl… Expand The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of diethylamine and xenon simulated sunlight on the photodegradation of… Expand Nitric oxide (*NO) and its by-products modulate many physiological functions of skeletal muscle including blood flow, metabolism… Expand Nitric oxide (NO) is a powerful antiplatelet agent, but its notoriously short biological half-life limits its potential to… Expand Inhibition of platelet activation by nitric oxide (NO) is not exclusively cGMP-dependent. Here, we tested whether inhibition of… Expand Reactive oxygen and nitrogen species play an important role in many human diseases including cancer. We have found that… Expand Abstract Juvenile hormone-mimicking substances such as farnesol, farnesyl methyl ether, farnesyl diethylamine, nerolidol, and… Expand