Scientists uncover a role for carbon monoxide in battling bacterial infections

Researchers describe a scenario in which carbon monoxide conducts reconnaissance for immune cells, working to detect the presence of bacteria and subsequently instigating a series of maneuvers that enable the immune cells to unleash their attack on the microbes. These new findings support the possibility that, in the future, small non-toxic doses of CO could provide the immune system with an infection-fighting advantage.
Source :      2014/11/19 15:28

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