Nitric Oxide: Biology and Chemistry (also called: Archives of biochemistry and biophysics. Part B). Although one of the simplest biological molecules in nature, nitric oxide has found its way into nearly every phase of biology and medicine ranging from its role as a critical endogenous regulator of blood flow and thrombosis to a principal neurotransmitter mediating erectile function to a major pathophysiological mediator of inflammation and host defense. These major discoveries have stimulated intense and extensive research into a vast array of fields including chemistry, molecular biology, and gene therapy. Nitric Oxide: Biology and Chemistry provides a forum for the rapid publication of scientific investigation of the highest quality across the broad field of nitric oxide research
Holdings: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 1997)-present
Related titles:Variant Title: Also called: Archives of biochemistry and biophysics. Part B
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