Inhibition Of Tnf-alpha-initiated Neutrophil Response


The impact of lipoxin A<SUB>4 </SUB>(LXA<SUB>4</SUB>) and aspirin-triggered-lipoxins (ATL) was investigated in tumor necrosis factor (TNFalpha)-initiated neutrophil (PMN) responses in vitro and in vivo using metabolically stable LX analogs. At concentrations as low as 1-10 nM, the LXA<SUB>4 </SUB>and ATL analogs each inhibited TNFalpha-stimulated superoxide anion generation and IL-1beta release by human PMN.

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  • Publication: Nov 7, 2006
  • Application: Mar 5, 2004
    US US 79415304 A
  • Priority: Mar 5, 2004
    US US 79415304 A
  • Priority: Jan 11, 2002
    US US 4474002 A
  • Priority: Mar 14, 2000
    US US 52529100 A
  • Priority: Mar 18, 1999
    US US 12520599 P

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