Part I: Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy and Imaging as Research Tools. 1. EPR Detection of Nitrosylated Compounds: Introduction with Some Historical Background; Y. Henry, A. Guissani. 2. Principles of EPR Spectroscopy for Measurement of Free Radicals in Biological Tissues; J.L. Zweier, P. Kuppusamy. 3. EPR Studies and Biological Implications of Nitrosyl Nonheme Iron Complexes; A.N. Vanin, A.L. Kleschyov. 4. Enzyme Independent Formation of Nitric Oxide in Tissues; J.L. Zweier, et al. 5. Spin-Label No-Metry in Lipid Bilayer Membranes; W.K. Subczynski, J.S. Hyde. 6. EPR Imaging of Free Radicals in Biological Systems; P. Kuppusamy, J.L. Zweier. 7. Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Imaging of Nitric Oxide in Tissues; P. Kuppusamy, et al. Part II: Allo- and Xenograft Rejection. 8. Allograft Rejection: Fact and Fancy; J.W. Kupiec-Weglinski. 9. Immunobiology of Transplants: Specific and Nonspecific Mechanisms Involved in Allograft Rejection; S.M. Stepkowski. 10. Animal EPR Studies on Allo- and Xenograft Rejection; S. Lukiewicz, et al. 11. Nitric Oxide Effects on Murine Cardiac Allografts; N.R. Bastian, et al. 12. Accelerated Rejection of Cardiac Allo- and Xenografts in Pre-Sensitized Rats and Gerbils; P. Plonka, et al. 13. Involvement of Nitric Oxide in Amphibian Transplantation Immunity; A. Jozkowicz, B. Plytycz. Part III: Antitumor Immune Responses. 14. Interactions Between Cytokine Induced Nitric Oxide and Intracellular Iron; J.B. Hibbs, Jr., N.R. Bastian. 15. Molecules Involved in the Recruitment and Regulation of Tumor-Associated Macrophages; S. Sozzani, et al. 16. The Role of Macrophage-Derived Nitric Oxide in Tumor Cell Death; J.S. Reichner, J.E. Albina. 17. Transcriptional Regulation of the Macrophage NOS2 Gene; Ch. Goldring, et al. 18. Infection, Inflammation and Cancer Mediated by Oxygen Radicals and Nitric Oxide; H. Maeda, T. Akaike. 19. Induction of Iron-Nitric Oxide EPR Signals in Murine Cancers: Effects of Thiols and Cytokine-Induced Oxidant Stress; N.R. Bastian, et al. 20. EPR Analysis of Tumor-Host Interactions; P. Plonka, et al. 21. Ambivalent Role for NO in the Antitumor Immune Response; P. Lagadec, et al. 22. Identification of Nitric Oxide-Derived EPR Signals in Human Cancers; W.E. Samlowski, et al. 23. EPR Signals Detectable in Human Tumors; S. Lukiewicz, et al. Subject Index.
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