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Mast cells are widely recognized as effector cells of allergic inflammatory reactions. They contribute to the pathogenesis of different chronic inflammatory diseases, wound healing, fibrosis, thrombosis/fibrinolysis, and anti-tumor immune responses. In this paper, we summarized the role of P2X...
Adenosine stimulates the release of interleukin 6 (IL-6) and vascular endothelial growth factor from folliculostellate cells of the anterior pituitary gland indicating that such cells are also involved in the communication between the immune and endocrine systems during stress and inflammation....
The P2X7 receptor exhibits significant allelic polymorphism in humans, with both loss and gain of function variants potentially impacting on a variety of infectious and inflammatory disorders. At least five loss-of-function polymorphisms (G150R, R307Q, T357S, E496A, and I568N) and two...
Adenosine can show anti-inflammatory as well as pro-inflammatory activities. The contribution of the specific adenosine receptor subtypes in various cells, tissues and organs is complex. In this study, we examined the effect of the adenosine A2A receptor agonist CGS 21680 and the A2BR antagonist...
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