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Bombesin-like peptides and mast cell responses: relevance to bronchopulmonary dysplasia?
The cellular biology of eosinophil eicosanoid formation and function.
Leukocyte lipid bodies - Biogenesis and functions in inflammation.
Piecemeal degranulation in human eosinophils: a distinct secretion mechanism underlying inflammatory responses.
Cutting edge: prostaglandin D2 enhances leukotriene C4 synthesis by eosinophils during allergic inflammation: synergistic in vivo role of endogenous eotaxin.
Cysteinyl leukotrienes induce IL-4 release from cord blood-derived human eosinophils.
Eosinophil lipid bodies: specific, inducible intracellular sites for enhanced eicosanoid formation.
Mechanisms of formation and function of eosinophil lipid bodies: inducible intracellular sites involved in arachidonic acid metabolism.
Eosinophils and cysteinyl leukotrienes.
Contributions of electron microscopy to understand secretion of immune mediators by human eosinophils.
Anti-allergic properties of the bromeliaceae Nidularium procerum: inhibition of eosinophil activation and influx.
Lipopolysaccharide-induced leukocyte lipid body formation in vivo: innate immunity elicited intracellular Loci involved in eicosanoid metabolism.
Lipid bodies in inflammatory cells: structure, function, and current imaging techniques.
Functions of tissue-resident eosinophils.