Published in Health and Medicine Week, August 15th, 2005
In a new study appearing on August 1, 2005, in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, Sanjiv Sur and colleagues from University of Texas Medical Branch showed that pollen grains and their extracts contain cell membrane-associated enzymes called NADPH oxidases. These pollen NADPH oxidases increase reactive oxygen species in the lung and other pro-inflammatory factors in the fluid lining the airways.
Removal of NADPH oxidase...
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