Endothelial dysfunction is broadly defined as a disruption of the
balance between vasoactive mediators and a propensity towards an
inflammatory state. This volume provides an overview of the fields
of endothelial dysfunction and inflammation through the discussion
of topics ranging from the molecular biology of activated
endothelial cells to the endothelium in inflammatory disease and
therapeutic approaches targeting endothelial dysfunction. Topics
include: Heterogeneity of the endothelium during inflammation,
oxidative stress and endothelial dysfunction, biology and
regulation of nitric oxide in inflammatory pathologies, endothelial
dysfunction in inflammatory diseases, such as diabetes and
atherosclerosis and Clinical methods used to assess endothelial
function. This book brings together basic and clinical research to
assist the reader in bridging connections from bench-to-bedside.
Written by expert researchers in the fields of endothelial biology,
inflammation research and clinical science, it serves as a useful
reference for academic and industrial researchers, clinicians, and
trainees in the medical profession.
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