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Author Laskin, Jeffrey D., 1951-
Title Cellular and molecular biology of nitric oxide / Jeffrey D. Laskin, Debra L. Laskin.
Imprint New York : Marcel Dekker, 1999.

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Author Laskin, Jeffrey D., 1951-
Subject Nitric oxide -- Physiological effect.
Nitric oxide -- Pathophysiology.
Nitric Oxide -- physiology.
Nitric-Oxide Synthase -- physiology.
Alt Name Laskin, Debra L.
Description 1 online resource (ix, 388 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Ch. 1. Transcriptional regulation of the genes encoding nitric oxide synthase -- Ch. 2. Arginine synthesis, metabolism, and transport: regulators of nitric oxide synthesis -- Ch. 3. Inactivation of nitric oxide synthase isoforms by metalloporphyrins -- Ch. 4. Nitric oxide, peroxynitrite, and carbon monoxide poisoning -- Ch. 5. Structure-activity relationships in NOS inhibitors -- Ch. 6. Homeostatic and pathological actions of nitric oxide in the kidney -- Ch. 7. Roles of protein kinase C in the synthesis and cellular action of nitric oxide.
Ch. 8. Nitric oxide and inflammation in autoimmune disorders -- Ch. 9. Protective and pathologic roles of nitric oxide in tissue injury -- Ch. 10. Nitric oxide and cell death in inflammation -- Ch. 11. Nitric oxide as a cellular mediator of apoptosis -- Ch. 12. Nitric oxide biosynthesis and metabolism in keratinocytes: the functions and consequences of nitric oxide production in the skin -- Ch. 13. Taurine chloramine, an inhibitor of iNOS expression and a potential modulator of inflammation -- Ch. 14. Modulation of the nitric oxide pathway by natural products.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 0585134707 (electronic bk.)
9780585134703 (electronic bk.)
0824719654 (alk. paper)
OCLC # 44954005
Additional Format Print version: Laskin, Jeffrey D., 1951- Cellular and molecular biology of nitric oxide. New York : Marcel Dekker, 1999 0824719654 (DLC) 99017778 (OCoLC)40675189


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