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Immunoregulatory effects of indomethacin on rats with trauma

In this article, we invertigated changes of immune functions and immunoregulatory effects of indomethacin on rats with trauma. The results show that spontaneous suppressor T cell activity of spleen significantly increased and Interleukin 2 production and DNA synthesis capacity of splenocytes markedl... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Tongji Medical University 1995, Vol.15(4), pp.234-237
Main Author: Yong-cheng, Pan
Other Authors: Shou-xi, Zhang , Xian-zhong, Ding , Hua, Li
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 0257-716X ; E-ISSN: 1993-1352 ; DOI: 10.1007/BF02887953
Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF02887953
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title: Immunoregulatory effects of indomethacin on rats with trauma
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  • Yong-cheng, Pan
  • Shou-xi, Zhang
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  • spontaneous suppressor T cell
  • interleukin 2
  • immunoregulation
  • indomethacin
ispartof: Journal of Tongji Medical University, 1995, Vol.15(4), pp.234-237
description: In this article, we invertigated changes of immune functions and immunoregulatory effects of indomethacin on rats with trauma. The results show that spontaneous suppressor T cell activity of spleen significantly increased and Interleukin 2 production and DNA synthesis capacity of splenocytes markedly decreased in rats with trauma. Indomethacin could markedly improve immune function, decreased spontancous suppressor T cell activity and prompted Interleukin 2 production and DNA synthesis capacity of splenocytes.
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abstractIn this article, we invertigated changes of immune functions and immunoregulatory effects of indomethacin on rats with trauma. The results show that spontaneous suppressor T cell activity of spleen significantly increased and Interleukin 2 production and DNA synthesis capacity of splenocytes markedly decreased in rats with trauma. Indomethacin could markedly improve immune function, decreased spontancous suppressor T cell activity and prompted Interleukin 2 production and DNA synthesis capacity of splenocytes.
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