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Neurogenic inflammation in human and rodent skin

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  1. Acute effects of nicotine and smoking on blood flow, tissue oxygen, and aerobe metabolism of the skin and subcutis

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  2. Klinisk vurdering af ekskretorisk nyrefunktion

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  3. Klinisk vurdering af ekskretorisk nyrefunktion dansk nefrologisk selskab

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  4. Type I collagen synthesis and degradation in peritendinous tissue after exercise determined by microdialysis in humans

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The combination of vasodilation and protein extravasation following activation of nociceptors has been termed "neurogenic inflammation." In contrast to rodents, no neurogenic protein extravasation can be elicited in healthy human skin. Dermal microdialysis has considerably increased our knowledge about neurogenic inflammation in human skin, including the involvement of mast cells.

Original languageEnglish
JournalNews in physiological sciences : an international journal of physiology produced jointly by the International Union of Physiological Sciences and the American Physiological Society
Volume16
Pages (from-to)33-7
Number of pages5
ISSN0886-1714
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2001

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  • Animals, Humans, Neurogenic Inflammation, Rodentia, Skin

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