Regional Variation in Extracellular Purine Levels in Vivo
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Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology
book series (AEMB, volume 165)
In spite of many and varied roles for purine nucleosides, e.g. in immunocompetence, modulation of neurotransmission, blood vessel tone, modulation of antimetabolite action and platelet aggregation, there have been few reported measurements of purine concentrations in plasma and other tissues.
KeywordsChronic Lymphocytic Leukemia Bone Marrow Aspirate Purine Nucleoside Fluorimetric Assay Hepatic Venous Blood
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