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Measurement of Exhaled Nitric Oxide in the Diagnosis and Management of Asthma and Other Respiratory Disorders

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danisaxon: Nitric oxide (NO) is an important endogenous messenger that is widespread in the human body, functioning for example, to regulate peripheral blood flow, platelet function, immune reactions, and neurotransmission, and also to mediate inflammation....

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Nitric oxide (NO) is an important endogenous messenger that is widespread in the human body, functioning for example, to regulate peripheral blood flow, platelet function, immune reactions, and neurotransmission, and also to mediate inflammation. In biologic tissues, nitric oxide is unstable, limiting measurement. However, in the gas phase nitric oxide is fairly stable, permitting its measurement in exhaled air. While nitric oxide is a volatile mediator that can be measured in exhaled air, most inflammatory mediators are not volatile and thus cannot be detected in the gas phase.

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Nitric oxide (NO) is an important endogenous messenger that is widespread in the human body, functioning for example, to regulate peripheral blood flow, platelet function, immune reactions, and neurotransmission, and also to mediate inflammation. In biologic tissues, nitric oxide is unstable, limiting measurement. However, in the gas phase nitric oxide is fairly stable, permitting its measurement in exhaled air. While nitric oxide is a volatile mediator that can be measured in exhaled air, most inflammatory mediators are not volatile and thus cannot be detected in the gas phase.

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Nitric oxide (NO) is an important endogenous messenger that is widespread in the human body, functioning for example, to regulate peripheral blood flow, platelet function, immune reactions, and neurotransmission, and also to mediate inflammation. In biologic tissues, nitric oxide is unstable, limiting measurement. However, in the gas phase nitric oxide is fairly stable, permitting its measurement in exhaled air. While nitric oxide is a volatile mediator that can be measured in exhaled air, most inflammatory mediators are not volatile and thus cannot be detected in the gas phase.

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Nitric oxide (NO) is an important endogenous messenger that is widespread in the human body, functioning for example, to regulate peripheral blood flow, platelet function, immune reactions, and neurotransmission, and also to mediate inflammation. In biologic tissues, nitric oxide is unstable, limiting measurement. However, in the gas phase nitric oxide is fairly stable, permitting its measurement in exhaled air. While nitric oxide is a volatile mediator that can be measured in exhaled air, most inflammatory mediators are not volatile and thus cannot be detected in the gas phase.

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Nitric oxide (NO) is an important endogenous messenger that is widespread in the human body, functioning for example, to regulate peripheral blood flow, platelet function, immune reactions, and neurotransmission, and also to mediate inflammation. In biologic tissues, nitric oxide is unstable, limiting measurement. However, in the gas phase nitric oxide is fairly stable, permitting its measurement in exhaled air. While nitric oxide is a volatile mediator that can be measured in exhaled air, most inflammatory mediators are not volatile and thus cannot be detected in the gas phase.

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Nitric oxide (NO) is an important endogenous messenger that is widespread in the human body, functioning for example, to regulate peripheral blood flow, platelet function, immune reactions, and neurotransmission, and also to mediate inflammation. In biologic tissues, nitric oxide is unstable, limiting measurement. However, in the gas phase nitric oxide is fairly stable, permitting its measurement in exhaled air. While nitric oxide is a volatile mediator that can be measured in exhaled air, most inflammatory mediators are not volatile and thus cannot be detected in the gas phase.

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Nitric oxide (NO) is an important endogenous messenger that is widespread in the human body, functioning for example, to regulate peripheral blood flow, platelet function, immune reactions, and neurotransmission, and also to mediate inflammation. In biologic tissues, nitric oxide is unstable, limiting measurement. However, in the gas phase nitric oxide is fairly stable, permitting its measurement in exhaled air. While nitric oxide is a volatile mediator that can be measured in exhaled air, most inflammatory mediators are not volatile and thus cannot be detected in the gas phase.

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Nitric oxide (NO) is an important endogenous messenger that is widespread in the human body, functioning for example, to regulate peripheral blood flow, platelet function, immune reactions, and neurotransmission, and also to mediate inflammation. In biologic tissues, nitric oxide is unstable, limiting measurement. However, in the gas phase nitric oxide is fairly stable, permitting its measurement in exhaled air. While nitric oxide is a volatile mediator that can be measured in exhaled air, most inflammatory mediators are not volatile and thus cannot be detected in the gas phase.

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Nitric oxide (NO) is an important endogenous messenger that is widespread in the human body, functioning for example, to regulate peripheral blood flow, platelet function, immune reactions, and neurotransmission, and also to mediate inflammation. In biologic tissues, nitric oxide is unstable, limiting measurement. However, in the gas phase nitric oxide is fairly stable, permitting its measurement in exhaled air. While nitric oxide is a volatile mediator that can be measured in exhaled air, most inflammatory mediators are not volatile and thus cannot be detected in the gas phase.

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Nitric oxide (NO) is an important endogenous messenger that is widespread in the human body, functioning for example, to regulate peripheral blood flow, platelet function, immune reactions, and neurotransmission, and also to mediate inflammation. In biologic tissues, nitric oxide is unstable, limiting measurement. However, in the gas phase nitric oxide is fairly stable, permitting its measurement in exhaled air. While nitric oxide is a volatile mediator that can be measured in exhaled air, most inflammatory mediators are not volatile and thus cannot be detected in the gas phase.

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