By Herbert E. Spiegel
This quantity, edited for the final time by way of H.E. Spiegel, keeps the target of increasing the highbrow horizon of scientific chemistry. The fields of analytical, anatomical, sub-cellular and molecular sciences are all represented during this quantity. * distinctive reports through working towards scientists * Covers a wide diversity of scientific chemistry on a theoretical and sensible foundation * contains effortless to learn chapters combining technological know-how and views in a altering medical panorama
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Eotaxin mRNA is markedly upregulated in the lesions of patients with inﬂammatory bowel disease and can explain the mechanism of eosinophil recruitment in diseases such as ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease (G2). In Hodgkin’s disease, the levels of eotaxin protein have been shown to correlate directly with the extent of tissue eosinophilia (T3). Thus, the evidence suggests that there is a potential role for the chemokine eotaxin in a variety of diseases that are characterized by a tissue eosinophilia.
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