By K.D. Rainsford (auth.), Randall E. Harris, R. Bittman, D. Dasgupta, H. Engelhardt, L. Flohe, H. Herrmann, A. Holzenburg, H-P. Nasheuer, S. Rottem, M. Wyss, P. Zwickl (eds.)
From the studies: “This is an updated assessment of the present figuring out of irritation, the mechanisms in which it impacts ailment, and the position of anti inflammatory drugs referring to COX-2 and its inhibition. … Physicians and researchers with a specific curiosity within the present study and figuring out of irritation and COX-2 inhibition are the meant readers. … it truly is distinctive, yet written with nice readability and exhaustive references. it is going to be an excellent addition to any scientific library.” (Vladimir N. Despotovic, Doody’s evaluation carrier, February, 2010)
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G. see Rainsford, 1999; 2004f) some of which have passed out of fashion, but these may have utility in some conditions where their mechanism of action suits the particular application. There are also the new signal transduction inhibitors that may have specific utility in a wide variety of inflammatory conditions by virtue of their mechanism of action. Anti-cytokine agents may eventually prove to be useful for chronic diseases not only by way of therapeutic benefits and targets for their actions, but also by way of showing “proof of principle” which can serve to encourage development of small molecules to control the action of target cytokines either at the level of cytokine receptors or post-receptor signalling events.
The meniscus was originally believed to be a useless structure, but we now know that it is a critical component of the function of the knee joint. In the past, menisci have been primarily considered as anatomic structures that provide these mechanical functions. However, our recent work documents that the fibrochondrocyte cells in the menisci play an important role in modulating the biochemical environment of the knee joint through the synthesis and release of cytokines and inflammatory mediators such as PGE2 , NO, TNF, IL-1, and IFN- .
Inflammation in the Pathogenesis of Chronic Diseases: The COX-2 Controversy by K.D. Rainsford (auth.), Randall E. Harris, R. Bittman, D. Dasgupta, H. Engelhardt, L. Flohe, H. Herrmann, A. Holzenburg, H-P. Nasheuer, S. Rottem, M. Wyss, P. Zwickl (eds.)