The release of prostaglandin and slow reacting substance from mouse macrophages
Proceedings of the 3rd European Workshop on Inflammation, Paris, 2–3 March 1981 Lipoxygenase-Derived Metabolites of Arachidonate: Release and Mode of Action
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The release of PGE and SRS from mouse resident peritoneal macrophages has been studied after various stimuli. Both substances were release, in most cases, conjointly and were inhibited by drugs in a similar manner.
KeywordsProstaglandin Peritoneal Macrophage Mouse Macrophage Resident Peritoneal Macrophage Mouse Resident Peritoneal Macrophage
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