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At 37 0 C in the presence of 50 nM [ H) AA. 28 are, in fact, the end-products detected in vitro but they deriv~ from hydro- peroxy fatty acids: 12- and l5-HPETE which are reduced into HETE by the peroxidases present in glomerular cells. A. 1 per tuft (36), or bone marrow-derived macrophages infiltrating the Bowman's space and the mesangium during experimental nephrotoxic serum nephritis (37,38) and glomerulonephritis of se~um sickness (39). The mechanism of accumulation of macrophages in diseased glomeruli remains uncertain: immune adherence via Fc receptors on macrophages (40) or chemotaxis involving complement fractions (41), fibrin deposition (42) or products derived from collagen breakdown (43).
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Aircraft Profile No. 23: The Messerschmitt Bf 110 by Martin C. Windrow