It is claimed to inhibit the synthesis of TGF-beta, a chemical mediator
that controls many cell functions including proliferation and differentiation, and plays a major role in fibrosis.
A new study demonstrates that a chemical mediator
in the blood that influences immune cell migration also plays a key role in maintaining the balance between the build-up and breakdown of bones in the body.
3 Which of the following is NOT a chemical mediator
Localized mast cells in affected tissues produce histamine, a chemical mediator
that dilates blood vessels at the site of injury, producing redness and heat.
For years, antihistamines--so called because they work to block the release of the chemical mediator
histamine, thought to be a primary mediator in sinus allergies--and decongestants were considered to be first-line treatment.
The exact effects of each chemical mediator
have yet to be determined.
Lin CN, Lee TH, Hsu MF, Wang JP, Ko FN, Teng CM (1997) 2', 5'- Dihydroxychalcone as a potent chemical mediator
and cyclooxygenase inhibitor.
Pharmaceutical chemists provide a broad survey of the current status of techniques in drug delivery, pharmacological aspects of natural products, chemical mediators
: druggable targets, and developments in medicinal chemistry.
Pain is experienced when nociceptors (pain receptors) in the tissues are activated by chemical mediators
released from damaged or stressed cells.
After contact with an allergen, mast cells and basophiles release chemical mediators
. Increased immunoglobulin E (IgE) is responsible for pathogenesis.