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The Enigmatic Eosinophil: Investigation of the Biological Role of Eosinophils in Parasitic Helmint Infection

Key words: eosinophil – interleukin-5 – interleukin-5 deficient mice – helminth – asthma In many helminth infected hosts the number of eosinophils increases dramatically, often without any concurrent increases in the number of other leukocytes, so that eosinophils become the dominant cell type. Many experimental investigations have shown that the eosinophilia is induced by interleukin-5… View more

The diagnostic value of creatine kinase(CK) in acute myocardial infarction

Acute myocardial infarction (AMI) is a serious disease of myocardial necrosis in myocardial ischemic hypoxia. The diagnosis is usually based on typical clinical symptoms, ecg and serum biochemical indicators. In the process of myocardial ischemic necrosis, many enzymes, proteins and other products of myocardial cells are released into the blood. These biochemical indicators are detected… View more

Introduction of Histamine

Histamine, a useful transmitter, which is in the nervous system and immune system and plays a central role in innate and acquired immunity in allergy and inflammation, closely associated with mast cell functions.1 British scientists Henry and Laidlaw first described properties of histamine for imidazolethylamine, which indicates an amine occurring in tissues. It is an organic nitrogenous compound… View more

Application of cyclosporine in medicine

Introduction of cyclosporine Cyclosporine (Cyclosporine A), also known as “cyclosporin” or “cyclosporine”, is an immunosuppressive agent widely used to prevent organ transplant rejection. It inhibits the activity of the immune system by inhibiting the activity of T cells with growth. Cyclosporine was first isolated in 1969 by a scientist from Sandoz Pharmaceuticals in Norway for… View more

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