regulate neutrophil recruitment in endotoxin-induced lung injury.
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Further indicating that peroral arsenic has no overt effect on the local innate immune response of the airspace, alveolar macrophages
harvested from arsenic-exposed and control mice after LPS inhalation generated equivalent TNF[alpha] ex vivo (Figure 4d).
It is important to realize, however, that the effects of alcohol on alveolar macrophage
innate immune function are just one facet of the complex pathophysiology of alcohol and the lung's immune system.
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There are reported cell proliferations in the bronchi and bronchioles following nanoparticle inhalation [22, 23] and an accumulation of alveolar macrophages
is also observed [4, 24].
When asbestos fibers penetrate and deposit on alveolar surfaces, alveolar macrophages
attempt to engulf them and remove them from the site of deposition.
HIV-1-transgene expression in rats decreases alveolar macrophage
zinc levels and phagocytosis.
Comparative analysis of the alveolar macrophage
proteome in ALI/ARDS patients between the exudative phase and recovery phase.
The alveolar macrophage
is an important immune cell affected by alcohol consumption.
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