Eicosanoids : from biotechnology to therapeutic applications / edited by Gian Carlo Folco [and others].

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : Plenum Press, ©1996.
Description
viii, 208 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.

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Subject(s)
Library of Congress genre(s)
Getty AAT genre
Series
NATO ASI series. Series A, Life sciences ; v. 283. [More in this series]
Notes
  • "Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute on Eicosanoids: From Biotechnology to Therapeutic Applications, held April 27-May 7, 1995, in Erice, Italy"--T.p. verso.
  • "Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division."
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Machine derived contents note: Leukotriene A4 Hydrolase: A Key Enzyme in the Biosynthesis of Leukotriene B4; A. Wetterholm, et al. Lipoxygenases of Mice and Men; C.D. Funk. The Physiological and Therapeutic Significance of Separate Pathways for Prostaglandin Synthesis; D.L. De Witt. Assessment of Pharmacological Inhibition of PGHsynthases in Man; P. Patrignani, et al. Metabolism of Eicosanoids in Mammalian Cells; R.C. Murphy. New Approach in Immunometric Assays; P. Pradelles, et al. Transcellular Biosynthesis of Archidonic Acid Metabolites: From in Vitro Investigations to in Vivo Reality; J. Maclouf. Polymorphonuclearendothelial Cell Interactions and the Control of Coronary Vasculature; A. Sala. Plateletactivating Factor Regulates Events at the Vascular Wall; S.M. Prescott, et al. Studies of Isoprostane Biosynthesis in Man; G. Ciabattoni, et al. N3 Fatty Acids: Antithromboxane Activity: Effects on Redox Status of Blood Cells; M. Lagarde, et al. Receptors and Second Messengers for Cysleukotrienes; S. Nicosia, et al. Prostanoid Receptors: Classification, Characterization and Therapeutic Relevance; R.A. Coleman. Microvascular Actions and Interactions of Eicosanoids and Histamine in Inflammation; P. Hedqvist, et al. 4 additional articles. Index.
ISBN
  • 0306452863
  • 9780306452864
LCCN
96003655
OCLC
34121044
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