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Vascular Endothelium

Physiological Basis of Clinical Problems II

Proceedings of a NATO ASI held in Rhodes, Greece, June 20-30, 1992.

Series: Nato Science Series A:, Vol. 257

Catravas, John D., Callow, Allan D., Ryan, Una S. (Eds.)

1993, X, 230 p.

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This book is a compilation of the lectures and oral and poster communications presented at the Advanced Study. Institute on "Vascular Endothelium: Physiological Basis of Clinical Problems II," which took place between June 20 and 30, 1992 in Rhodes, Greece. This third in a series of ASIs on vascular endothelium continued on the theme of the first (1988) ASI on "Receptors and Transduction Mechanisms" and particularly expanded that of the 1990 conference on ''Physiological Basis of Clinical Problems. " We continued the successful practice of bringing together clinicians and scientists: this was reflected equally well in the composition of the organizing committee as in the background of the particiJ?ants. Endothelial cell functions and dysfunctions present as many challenges to the mvestigator as they do to the curious clinical practitioner. As these problems are necessarily different, this unique ten-day co-habitation of these individuals continued to offer fresh outlooks to each, stimulated potential collaborative efforts and, most importantly, advanced --ever so slightly--our knowledge of vascular biology. This year's conference was further enriched by the presence of several of our colleagues from Eastern Europe whom we are delighted to welcome as officially sponsored participants to this and future NATO-supported meetings. It is never superfluous to remind readers and participants that those signing at the bottom of this page, while responsible for many of the ASI's and the book's deficiencies, are but three of the many contributors to the successes.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » atherosclerosis - biology - coronary artery disease - endothelium - gene therapy - leukocyte - transplantation

Related subjects » Animal Sciences - Biophysics & Biological Physics - Cardiology & Angiology - Plant Sciences

Table of contents 

Free Radicals/Ischemia Reperfusion Injury: Basal Relief of EDRF under Conditions of Oxidant Stress; N. Marczin, et al. Invasion and Neoplasia: Interaction of Malaria-Infected Cells with the Vascular Wall; G. Senaldi, et al. EndothelialTumor Cell Interactions In vitro and In vivo; R. Giavazzi, et al. Altered Vascular Reactivity: Altered Vascular Reactivity in Coronary Artery Disease; J. Zanzinger, E. Bassenge. Isoforms of Nitric Oxide Synthase and the Nitric Oxide-Cycle GMP Signal Transduction System; F. Murad, et al. Inflamation/Atherosclerosis: Proinflammatory Role of Leukocyte Adhesion Molecules; J.M. Harlan, et al. Circulating Endothelial Adhesion Molecules; J.L. Gordon, et al. Organ Transplantation/Rejection: Experimental Cell Transplantation and Gene Therapy Techniques in the Treatment of Liver Disease; A.A. Demetriou, et al. 6 additional articles. Index.

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