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(Nasal polyps)
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  • Increased phosphorylation of eNOS in nasal polyps of chronic rhinosinusitis patients can be diminished by 1,8-cineol. [Journal Article]
  • NONitric Oxide 2018 Jun 06; 78:89-94
  • Koennecke M, Benecke F, … Wollenberg B
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our study demonstrated for the first time that nasal polyps exhibit an increased phosphorylation of eNOS, which could be important for vascular permeability and the associated edema and elevated inflammation. Additionally, we detected that 1,8-cineol affects the eNOS phosphorylation significantly and thus its activation. This could be important to handle the elevated inflammation and edema formation by regulating the vascular permeability.
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