1989
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.125.4.502
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Inhibition of allergic contact dermatitis and ultraviolet radiation-induced tissue swelling in the mouse by topical amiloride

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“…In addition, it has been shown that amiloride improves postischemic contractile dysfunction in ischemic-reperfused rat hearts (40,41). On the immunoregulatory potential of amiloride, furthermore, a novel inhibitory effect of this compound was reported in ameliorating murine tissue swelling and inflammation in response to contact sensitizing agents and ultraviolet irradiation (42,43). Of note, the observations reported that sodium transport and sodium-containing compounds exhibited an- , and c-Rel (p75), but not NF-B 2 (p52).…”
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“…In addition, it has been shown that amiloride improves postischemic contractile dysfunction in ischemic-reperfused rat hearts (40,41). On the immunoregulatory potential of amiloride, furthermore, a novel inhibitory effect of this compound was reported in ameliorating murine tissue swelling and inflammation in response to contact sensitizing agents and ultraviolet irradiation (42,43). Of note, the observations reported that sodium transport and sodium-containing compounds exhibited an- , and c-Rel (p75), but not NF-B 2 (p52).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%