phlogistic


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phlogistic

(flō-jĭs′tĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to phlogiston.
2. Of, relating to, or inducing inflammation or fever; inflammatory.

phlogistic

inflammatory.
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Thus, this study investigated the effects of vitexin in acute inflammatory response after different phlogistic stimuli and the regulatory mechanisms upon pro-inflammatory mediators release and MAPK signaling pathways in macrophages.
Table 4 forwards results of Chi-square test and Fischer's exact test to verify whether there were any differences among hospitalized or not hospitalized patients according to the variables: prescription mode; annotation of phlogistic signs, dispensing at the right time; isolation.
First phase occurs within an hour of injection of phlogistic agent and is mediated through release of histamine, serotonin and kinins while the second phase (3 to 4 hours) is related to release of prostaglandins [18].
Review of new publications No 91: An essay on combustion, with a view to a new art of dying and painting, wherein the phlogistic and antiphlogistic hypotheses are proved erroneous by Mrs Fulhame, The Gentleman's Magazine, p.
of the condensation of heat into phlogistic compounds," they treated Hermann Boerhaave's discussion of fire in its aggregative, rarefying, repulsive form as "entirely physical.
SIgA, the least phlogistic class of antibody (84), is the least likely to induce inflammatory responses that can make it easier for toxins and pathogens to breach the mucosal surface.
Kuhn illustrates this with examples, arguing, for instance, that while much language used in phlogistic chemistry is subsequently retained, 'a small group of terms remains for which the modern chemical vocabulary offers no equivalent' ([1983], p.
These extracts significantly suppressed paw edema by carrageenan in the 2nd hour at 20 mg/kg and by dextran in the 1st hour at 100 mg/kg, after induction with the phlogistic agents.
These observations revealed a positive correlation between the anti-oedematous and vascular permeability decreasing property of anti-inflammatory drugs suggesting their protective effect against the inflammation and oedema produced by different phlogistic agents.
05) the edema formation induced by carrageenan (1%), an effect observed at 2, 3, and 4 h after the administration of this phlogistic agent.
Carrageenan-induced rat's paw inflammation has been accepted us a useful phlogistic tool for investigating systemic antiinflammatory agents.
The maximum phlogistic response of carrageenan was observed at 4h after the injection in the vehicle treated animals.