Eicosanoids, Aspirin, and Asthma
Taylor & Francis, Mar 31, 1998 - Medical - 648 pages
Blending basic science with the latest clinical insights, this important book presents new ideas on the molecular biology, biochemistry, crystallography, and pharmacology of eicosanoids, including their interaction with antiinflammatory drugs and their influence on the mechanisms of asthma.
Surveys a rich panorama of clinical symptoms from the European Network on Aspirin-Induced Asthma, the largest database of its kind in the world!
Edited by clinicians with long experience in the field, Eicosanoids, Aspirin, and Asthma
Complete with over 2000 references, Eicosanoids, Aspirin, and Asthma will be welcomed by pulmonologists and pulmonary physicians, pulmonary rehabilitation therapists, respiratory physiologists, immunologists, allergists, pharmacologists, internists, chest physicians, otolaryngologists, pediatricians, molecular and cell biologists, epidemiologists, neuroanatomists, biochemists, and graduate and medical school students in these disciplines.
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