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VCU study shows hormone-like molecule kills cells that cause inflammation in allergic disease

...ivated, inflammatory substances such as histamine, heparin and a number of cytokines are rapidly released into the tissues and blood, promoting an allergic reaction. Mast cells are believed to be generated by different precursor cells in the bone marrow. In the in vitro portion of the study, researchers u...

Climate model links higher temperatures to prehistoric extinction

...ivated, inflammatory substances such as histamine, heparin and a number of cytokines are rapidly released into the tissues and blood, promoting an allergic reaction. Mast cells are believed to be generated by different precursor cells in the bone marrow. In the in vitro portion of the study, researchers u...

Heparin prepared synthetically could replace animal-derived drug

...eep vein thrombosis. The annual worldwide sales of heparin are estimated at $3 billion. "We have synthetically prepared heparin in quantities large enough for use in human medical treatments by engineering recently discovered he...

Blood-compatible nanoscale materials possible using heparin

...od compatible using heparin, an anticoagulant. The heparin biomaterials have potential for use as medical dev.... The researchers prepared several materials with heparin composites or coatings, including carbon nanotubes, nanofibers, and membranes with nanosized pores, ...

New treatment for severe malaria

... patients." Previously, an anti-coagulant called heparin was used in the treatment of severe malaria. Heparin was able to release the blood cells, but it was soon withdrawn when it was shown that the substance caused internal bleeding. The new substance is a development of heparin, and has the important di...

Researchers develop buckyballs to fight allergy

...ivated, inflammatory substances such as histamine, heparin and a number of cytokines are rapidly released into the tissues and blood, promoting an allergic response. The researchers found that the unique structure of the buckyball enables it to bind to free radicals dramatically better than any anti-oxida...

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