Annual Congress Copenhagen 2005


Material from 2005:
  • 4063 Abstracts
  • 739 Slide presentations
  • 213 Webcasts
  • 93 Handouts
Material from 2005:  Show


Oxidative and nitrative stress: control of cell function in COPD

Symposium
Chairs: P. J. Barnes (London, United Kingdom), K. Ito (London, United Kingdom)
At the end of the symposium the audience will:
• understand the importance of oxidative and nitrative stress in controlling cell and protein function;
• appreciate the wealth of data implicating abnormal protein function induced by these stresses and the subsequent effects on inflammatory cell action;
• know the potential for the targeting of these processes in the development of novel drug treatments for COPD, and perhaps for severe steroid-insensitive asthma, where increased oxidant/nitrative stress occurs.

Download all media Download all media
 No content
  made available
1561 Oxidative stress: an overview
I. Rahman (Rochester, United States of America)
 No content
  made available
1562 NO, nitration and the control of protein function
V. Ullrich (Konstanz, Germany)
 [+]  Slide presentation Webcast 1563 Carbonyl stress and enhanced macrophage function
P. Kirkham (Horsham, United Kingdom)
0
Read or add comments and rate material  
    Bookmark this material     Share or cite
0
Read or add comments and rate material  
    Bookmark this material     Share or cite
 [+]  Slide presentation Webcast 1564 Implications for disease and therapy
W. MacNee (Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
0
Read or add comments and rate material  
    Bookmark this material     Share or cite
0
Read or add comments and rate material  
    Bookmark this material     Share or cite