Nitrogen oxide mediation of immunity?

Ed Purcell epurcell at UOMHS.edu
Mon Dec 19 12:27:27 EST 1994

In article <xdcrlab-1312942151400001 at xdcrlab.com>, xdcrlab at quake.net (Mike Davis) says:
>I was hoping someone might be able to give me a short discourse, synopsis,
>of the role of nitrogen oxide in the mediation of immune functions. 
>Mike Davis                                          xdcrlab at quake.net
>"The stupid opinions expressed here are my own and should not be construed as superior to the stupid opinions of others. EITA"
> "Say'n its so don't make it so."  Abe Lincoln
>"You can't order inspiration"  L. Riggle Davis

The role of NO as a cytotoxic product of macrophages has long been known.
A lot of interest has recently focused on the the inhibitory effects of
macrophage derived NO on T cell function.  

If you want more specifics Email me.

Ed Purcell, Ph.D.
University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences, Des Moines, IA

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