Published in Pain and Central Nervous System Week, April 25th, 2005
"Secretoneurin has a widespread occurrence in airway mucosal innervation of patients with allergic diseases and may play an important role in the local traffic of immune cells in human airway mucosa. Whether secretoneurin affects natural killer cell migration and cytokine release in vitro was tested," wrote C. Feistritzer and colleagues, Innsbruck Medical University.
"Natural killer cells were obtained from venous blood of healthy donors. Cell migration was studied by micropore filter assays. Signaling...
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