By C.N. Serhan,H.D. Perez
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During the last few years, we've got witnessed great development within the box of eicosanoids and their healing functions. Receptor an tagonists for leukotrienes were validated as anti-inflammatories and are out there as a remedy for bronchial asthma. Receptor agonists for professional stacyclin are being confirmed for the remedy of peripheral vascular dis ease, and selective inhibitors of cyclooxygenase variety II have been simply ap proved for the therapy of rheumatoid arthritis.
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Advances in Eicosanoid Research (Ernst Schering Foundation Symposium Proceedings) by C.N. Serhan,H.D. Perez