Cell Signaling in Vascular Inflammation

  • Jahar Bhattacharya

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Stefan W. Ryter, Augustine M. K. Choi
    Pages 1-12
  3. Osman Nidai Ozes, Hakan Akca, Jason A. Gustin, Lindsey D. Mayo, Roxana Pincheira, Chandrashekhar K. Korgaonkar et al.
    Pages 13-22
  4. E. Kenneth Weir, Zhigang Hong, Anthony Varghese, Daniel P. Nelson, Andrea Olschewski
    Pages 27-33
  5. Usha Raj, Yuansheng Gao, Srinivas Dhanakoti, Fred Sander
    Pages 35-45
  6. Sharon Rounds, Elizabeth O. Harrington, Qing Lu
    Pages 51-60
  7. Dolly Mehta, Richard D. Minshall, Asrar B. Malik
    Pages 73-90
  8. Margaret M. Harnett
    Pages 91-101
  9. Bao Q. Vuong, Lisa McKeag, Julie A. Losman, Jianze Li, Alex Banks, Scott Fay et al.
    Pages 103-111
  10. Barry L. Fanburg, Regina M. Day, Amy R. Simon, Sheu-Ling Lee, Yuichiro J. Suzuki
    Pages 113-124
  11. Jeffrey R. Jacobson, Joe G. N. Garcia
    Pages 137-145
  12. Kaushik Parthasarathi
    Pages 147-154
  13. Giles E. Hardingham
    Pages 155-165
  14. Navdeep S. Chandel
    Pages 167-177
  15. Sue Goo Rhee, Tong-Shin Chang, Yun Soo Bae, Seung-Rock Lee, Sang Won Kang
    Pages 191-202
  16. Back Matter
    Pages 217-221

About this book


Although inflammatory disease of the vascular bed of the lung is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in both adult and pediatric age groups, the importance of vascular biology to its understanding, and in developing novel therapeutics, has been overlooked. In Cell Signaling in Vascular Inflammation, leading basic and clinical researchers review the signal transduction mechanisms responsible for lung inflammation, including vascular hyperpermeability, white cell accumulation, and vascular remodeling. The authors cut across disciplines to bring together a broad-based presentation of inflammatory challenge, both in the initial phases of the inflammatory response, as well as in the more prolonged phase of genomic involvement.
Authoritative and state-of-the-art, Cell Signaling in Vascular Inflammation offers physiologists, molecular and cell biologists, and pharmaceutical scientists a comprehensive survey of the signal transduction pathways in lung vascular cells that illuminates not only the processes of lung inflammation, but also the potential for developing new therapeutic strategies to combat inflammatory lung disease.


biology calcium circulation clinical research cytokine inflammation methylation necrosis nitric oxide pathogenesis plasma production receptor signaling regulation research

Editors and affiliations

  • Jahar Bhattacharya
    • 1
  1. 1.Clinical Physiological Medicine, and MedicineColumbia UniversityNew YorkUSA

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