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by S. Kashii,A. Akaike,Y. Honda

Author: S. Kashii,A. Akaike,Y. Honda
Subcategory: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 2000 edition (July 28, 2000)
Pages: 184 pages
Category: Medicine
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Nitric oxide (NO) is a simple gas with free radical properties. No one would have imagined a role for such a simple substance in the human body.

Nitric oxide (NO) is a simple gas with free radical properties. In 1998, R. E Furchgott, E Murad, and L. J. Ignarro received the Nobel prize for their work on NO. Interestingly, Alfred B. Nobel, who invented dynamite. price for USA in USD (gross).

Nitric Oxide in the Eye S. Kashii; A. Akaike; Y. Honda Springer 9784431680178 : In this context, the Inter- national Symposium, Nitric Oxide and Free Radicals, was organized to address current.

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Nitric oxide (NO) is a simple gas with free radical properties. Nobel, who invented dynamite by combining nitro- glycerin with other substances, took nitroglycerin for his chest pain without realizing that NO mediates its action.

Nitric oxide (NO) and reactive oxygen species (ROS) cooperatively participate in the regulation of cellular signaling, at least .

Nitric oxide (NO) and reactive oxygen species (ROS) cooperatively participate in the regulation of cellular signaling, at least in part, via posttranslational modifications of protein thiols  . We previously demonstrated different spacial expression profiles of the neuronal nitric oxide (NO) synthase (nNOS) splice variants nNOS-μ and nNOS-α in the brain; however, their exact functions are not fully understood.

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Check Akinori Akaike: Kyoto University, Japan, Department of Pharmacology, Graduate, Institute, Satoshi Kashii, Toshiaki Kume, Honda, Medicine, Neuronal. Akinori Akaike of Nagoya University, Nagoya (Meidai) with expertise in: Neurology. Akaike, Akinori - ✅ All books and publications.

Nitric oxide (NO) is a simple gas with free radical properties. No one would have imagined a role for such a simple substance in the human body. In 1998, R. E Furchgott, E Murad, and L. J. Ignarro received the Nobel prize for their work on NO. Interestingly, Alfred B. Nobel, who invented dynamite by combining nitro­ glycerin with other substances, took nitroglycerin for his chest pain without realizing that NO mediates its action. Now, in addition to its vasodilating action, NO is known to possess many fundamental functions that include neurotrans­ mission, blood pressure control, blood clotting, and immune responses. These diverse functions, conversely, imply that the simple NO molecule may unite neuroscience, physiology, and immunology and may change our understanding of how cells communicate and defend themselves. In this context, the Inter­ national Symposium, Nitric Oxide and Free Radicals, was organized to address current thinking about the widespread distribution and variety of functions of NO in the eye. The symposium was held in Kyoto, Japan, September 28-29 as a Satellite Symposium of the XII International Congress of Eye Research, 1996. The Symposium was the first international gathering of leading scientists and ophthalmologists meeting to present and discuss their most recent results in a specialized area of research, specifically concerning the eye.