Inflammation | 2001(02) articles
- HYPOTHESIS : Is a Failure to Prevent Bacteriolysis and the Synergy Among Microbial and Host-Derived Pro-Inflammatory Agonists the Main Contributory Factors to the Pathogenesis of Post-Infectious Sequelae?
- Differential Activation of Signal Transduction Pathways Mediating Phagocytosis, Oxidative Burst, and Degranulation by Chicken Heterophils in Response to Stimulation with Opsonized Salmonella enteritidis
- Activity of the Leukocyte Nadph Oxidase in Whole Neutrophils and Cell-Free Neutrophil Preparations Stimulated with Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids
- Suppression of Lung Inflammation in Rats by Prevention of NF-κB Activation in the Liver
- Pattern of Cytokine and Adhesion Molecule mRNA in Hapten-Induced Relapsing Colon Inflammation in the Rat
- Co-Cultured Human Mast Cells Stimulate Fibroblast-Mediated Contraction of Collagen Gels
- Decreased Leukotriene Release from Neutrophils after Severe Trauma : Role of Immature Cells