Chemical Mediators of the Acute Inflammatory Reaction by M. Rocha E. Silva, J. Garcia Leme, P. Alexander and Z. M.

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This is particularly true for the problem of measuring the acute inflammatory reaction. Which feature should one take as representative of the "intensity" of the phenomenon ? I. Experimental Design Parameters to be Measured In Chapter 1 we tried to resolve the many features of the inflammatory reaction in mammals into the following constituents: (a) migration of leucocytes and mobile cells of the connective tissue; (b) phagocytosis by micro- and macrophages as a general property of the so-called reticulo-endothelial system (RES); (c) local changes in the caliber of small vessels with subsequent increase in blood flow and local temperature; (d) increased vascular permeability to solid particles or colloidal suspensions of pure protein or protein stained with colloidal dyes; (e) local pain.

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