Inflammation Inflammatory Mediator Proteins


 Inflammation Inflammatory Mediator Proteins Background

Inflammation mediator or inflammatory mediator indicates molecules that are secreted by immune cells when harmful agents invade our body. Inflammation is a protective complex biological response that involves immune cells, blood vessels, and molecular mediators. There are several kinds of mediators of the inflammatory process including a variety of substances from the plasma and the cells of uninjured tissue or damaged tissue. Some mediators are displayed here:

1. Vasoactive amines, like histamine and serotonin.

2. Plasma endopeptidases, comprised of three interrelated systems including the kinin system, the complement system and the clotting system.

3. Neutrophil products.

4. Prostaglandins, involved with the inflammatory process.

5. Lymphocyte factors.

6. Other mediators, for example, substance of endogenous pyrogen.

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