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Posted 3 months ago

Inflammation (part of asthma) is controlled by the \qquad pathway(s), and brings \qquad to the affected area.

COX-2; B cells, macrophages and immune proteins
COX-1; macrophages and T cells
Lipoxygenase; specific defence cells
COX-2 and lipoxygenase; immune cells and proteins
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Key Concept
Inflammatory pathways in asthma
In asthma, inflammation is a key feature and is regulated by both the COX-2 and lipoxygenase pathways. These pathways lead to the production of mediators that attract immune cells and proteins to the affected area, contributing to the inflammatory response.

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