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Nitric Oxide
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"Nitric oxide is a gaseous, short-living free radical which behaves as an important signaling molecule with pleiotropic capacities including vasodilatation, neurotransmission, and microbial and tumor cell killing, as well as in tissue damage and organ-specific autoimmune disorders".

"NO has also been shown to be a myocardial depressant, an inhibitor of mitochondrial electron transport, an inducer of vascular leakage and an enhancer of LPS-induced cytokine release."

Items known to reduce Nitric Oxide are:

 

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