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Differential modulation by betamethasone of allergen-induced cell influx and cell peroxidase in guinea-pig lungs

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Yeadon, M., Petrovic, A.A., Getting, S.J. et al. Differential modulation by betamethasone of allergen-induced cell influx and cell peroxidase in guinea-pig lungs. Inflamm Res 44, S177–S178 (1995). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01778319

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Keywords

  • Betamethasone
  • Differential Modulation
  • Cell Influx
  • Cell Peroxidase