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Academic Article Measurement of oxidizing radicals by polymorphonuclear leukocytes.
Academic Article Inflammatory responses in experimental tuberculosis pleurisy.
Academic Article Hydrogen peroxide causes permeability edema and hypertension in isolated salt-perfused rabbit lungs.
Academic Article Dimethyl sulfoxide prevents DNA nicking mediated by ionizing radiation or iron/hydrogen peroxide-generated hydroxyl radical.
Academic Article Effect of staphylococcal iron content on the killing of Staphylococcus aureus by polymorphonuclear leukocytes.
Academic Article Postinsult treatment with N-acetyl-L-cysteine decreases IL-1-induced neutrophil influx and lung leak in rats.
Academic Article Increased serum catalase activity in rats subjected to thermal skin injury.
Academic Article Ischemia increases neutrophil retention and worsens acute renal failure: role of oxygen metabolites and ICAM 1.
Academic Article Hydrogen peroxide kills Staphylococcus aureus by reacting with staphylococcal iron to form hydroxyl radical.
Academic Article Endothelial cells protect vascular smooth muscle cells from H2O2 attack.
Academic Article Increased serum catalase activity in septic patients with the adult respiratory distress syndrome.
Academic Article Modulating phosphatidic acid metabolism decreases oxidative injury in rat lungs.
Academic Article Alveolar type II cell abnormalities and peroxide formation in lungs of rats given IL-1 intratracheally.
Academic Article Inactivation of xanthine oxidase by hydrogen peroxide involves site-directed hydroxyl radical formation.
Academic Article Neutrophils contribute to TNF induced myocardial tolerance to ischaemia.
Academic Article Human serum catalase decreases endothelial cell injury from hydrogen peroxide.
Academic Article Reperfusion of ischemic skeletal muscle causes erythrocyte hemolysis and decreases subsequent oxidant-mediated lung injury.
Academic Article Existence and participation of xanthine oxidase in reperfusion injury of ischemic rabbit myocardium.
Academic Article Oxygen metabolites stimulate release of high-molecular-weight glycoconjugates by cell and organ cultures of rodent respiratory epithelium via an arachidonic acid-dependent mechanism.
Academic Article Erythrocyte catalase decreases cardiac reperfusion injury.
Academic Article O2 metabolite-mediated injury in perfused kidneys is reflected by consumption of DMTU and glutathione.
Academic Article Neutrophils accentuate ischemia-reperfusion injury in isolated perfused rat kidneys.
Academic Article Variable effect of toxic shock toxins from different sources on neutrophil function in vitro.
Academic Article Dimethylthiourea consumption reflects H2O2 concentrations and severity of acute lung injury.
Academic Article N,N'-dimethylthiourea dioxide formation from N,N'-dimethylthiourea reflects hydrogen peroxide concentrations in simple biological systems.
Academic Article The coincidence of myocardial reperfusion injury and hydrogen peroxide production in the isolated rat heart.
Academic Article Hypoxia increases glutathione redox cycle and protects rat lungs against oxidants.
Academic Article Hydrogen peroxide causes dimethylthiourea consumption while hydroxyl radical causes dimethyl sulfoxide consumption in vitro.
Academic Article Antiarrhythmic agents diminish thiourea-induced pulmonary vascular protein leak in rats.
Academic Article Xanthine oxidase produces hydrogen peroxide which contributes to reperfusion injury of ischemic, isolated, perfused rat hearts.
Academic Article Hydrogen peroxide mediates reperfusion injury in the isolated rat heart.
Academic Article Potential mechanisms of lung injury from hydroxyl radical.
Academic Article Hydrogen peroxide mediated killing of bacteria.
Academic Article Intact human erythrocytes prevent hydrogen peroxide-mediated damage to isolated perfused rat lungs and cultured bovine pulmonary artery endothelial cells.
Academic Article Effects of sodium bicarbonate, disodium carbonate, and a sodium bicarbonate/carbonate mixture on the PCO2 of blood in a closed system.
Academic Article Interleukin-1 treatment increases neutrophils but not antioxidant enzyme activity or resistance to ischemia-reperfusion injury in rat kidneys.
Academic Article Post-insult treatment with interleukin-1 receptor antagonist decreases oxidative lung injury in rats given intratracheal interleukin-1.
Academic Article Interleukin-1-induced lung neutrophil accumulation and oxygen metabolite-mediated lung leak in rats.
Academic Article Progressive increases in serum catalase activity in advancing human immunodeficiency virus infection.
Academic Article Xanthine oxidase-derived H2O2 contributes to reperfusion injury of ischemic skeletal muscle.
Academic Article Alveolar macrophage antioxidants prevent hydrogen peroxide-mediated lung damage.
Academic Article Human phagocytic cells as oxygen metabolite scavengers.
Academic Article Dimethylthiourea prevents hydrogen peroxide and neutrophil mediated damage to lung endothelial cells in vitro and disappears in the process.
Academic Article Interleukin 1 pretreatment decreases ischemia/reperfusion injury.
Academic Article Small increases in pH decrease uptake of Escherichia coli by human neutrophils in vitro.
Academic Article Generation of hydroxyl radical by enzymes, chemicals, and human phagocytes in vitro. Detection with the anti-inflammatory agent, dimethyl sulfoxide.
Academic Article Erythrocytes decrease myocardial hydrogen peroxide levels and reperfusion injury.
Academic Article Albumin decreases hydrogen peroxide and reperfusion injury in isolated rat hearts.
Academic Article Thiourea and dimethylthiourea decrease human neutrophil bactericidal function in vitro.
Academic Article O2 metabolites and neutrophil elastase synergistically cause edematous injury in isolated rat lungs.
Academic Article Erythrocytes from cigarette smokers contain more glutathione and catalase and protect endothelial cells from hydrogen peroxide better than do erythrocytes from nonsmokers.
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