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CONCLUSIONS: Taken together, evidence indicates that nanoparticles can aggravate lung inflammation related to bacterial endotoxin, which is more prominent with smaller particles.
53, the Company evaluated a TLR antagonist candidate for its anti-inflammatory activity in ovalbumin (OVA)-induced lung inflammation in mice.
CFFT selected TRIOLEX as a drug candidate for lung inflammation associated with CF based upon the potent anti-inflammatory activity and attractive safety profile of the compound in preclinical studies to date.
In addition, acute lung injury was reduced to near non-injury levels as measured by statistically significant reductions in lung inflammation and cell death.
However, eating high-fibre food can lessen the risk of lung inflammation.
ISLAMABAD -- Researchers have found that ibuprofen, a nonsteroidal antiinflammatory painkiller, could reduce lung inflammation associated with ageing.
Scientists from The University of Manchester have found out that cells lining the lung airways have their own body clock which is the time-keeper for lung inflammation - both conditions cause swelling (inflammation) in the lungs and more severe lung inflammation happens as a result of the loss of the body clock working in these cells.
The research, led by Professors David Ray and Andrew Loudon from The University of Manchester, found out that cells lining the lung airways have their own body clock which is the time-keeper for lung inflammation -- both conditions cause swelling (inflammation) in the lungs.
Here, we examined whether CF has a therapeutic effect on lung inflammation and assessed the impact of Nrf2 on the effect of CF using an ALI mouse model.
Clubbing, swelling of finger ends, is characteristic of chronic lung inflammation, e.
KEY RESULTS At 18 h (but not 4 h) after giving DEP, there was lung inflammation and loss of lung function.