Synchronisation of glycolytic oscillations in a suspension of human neutrophils

Jens Christian Brasen, Allan K. Poulsen, Lars Folke Olsen

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Abstract

Neutrophils are known to be able to synchronize their production of superoxide. We show that glycolysis is also synchronized in human neutrophils being in suspension and suggest that oscillations in glycolysis are driving the pulsatile production of superoxide. The synchronising agent remains so far unknown, however, much evident points to that it might be hydrogen peroxide or an intermediate in glycolysis.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2008
Publication statusPublished - 2008
EventSysbiohealth Symposium 2007 - Milan, Italy
Duration: 16. Oct 200319. Oct 2007

Conference

ConferenceSysbiohealth Symposium 2007
CountryItaly
CityMilan
Period16/10/200319/10/2007

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