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Cytokines and the Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS): a question of balance   [0008] 
The American-European consensus conference on ARDS, part 2: ventilatory, pharmacologic, supportive therapy, study design strategies, and issues related to recovery and remodeling. Acute respiratory distress syndrome   [0008] 
The American-European consensus conference on ARDS: definitions, mechanisms, relevant outcomes, and clinical trial coordination   [0008] 
Causes of mortality in patients with the adult respiratory distress syndrome   [0008] 
Biochemical parameters of bronchoalveolar lavage fluid in fat embolism   [0008] 
Epidemiology of acute lung injury and ARDS   [0008] 
Lung surfactant in subacute pulmonary disease   [0008] 
Pulmonary surfactant, lung function, and endobronchial inflammation in cystic fibrosis   [0008] 
Airway inflammation in children with tracheostomy   [0008] 
Alveolar surface forces and lung architecture   [0008]  [0068] 
Surface phenomena in relation to pulmonary function   [0008] 
Bovine pulmonary surfactant: Chemical composition and physical properties   [0008] 
The role of lipids in pulmonary surfactant   [0008] 
Bovine pulmonary surfactant: Chemical composition and physical properties   [0008] 
A comparison of the molecular species compositions of mammalian lung surfactant phospholipids   [0008] 
Surface activity in vitro: Role of surfactant proteins   [0008] 
Pulmonary surfactant function is abolished by an elevated proportion of cholesterol   [0010] 
Reactive oxygen species inactivation of surfactant involves structural and functional alterations to surfactant proteins SP-B and SP-C   [0011] 
Oxidative inactivation of surfactants   [0011] 
Surfactant function and composition after free radical exposure generated by transition metals   [0011] 
Exposure of the hydrophobic components of porcine lung surfactant to oxidant stress alters surface tension properties   [0011] 
Oxidant-antioxidant balance in acute lung injury*   [0011] 
Oxidants and the pathogenesis of lung diseases   [0011]  [0050]  [0050] 
Oxidative damage to proteins of bronchoalveolar lavage fluid in patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome: Evidence for neutrophil-mediated hydroxylation, nitration, and chlorination   [0011]  [0050] 
Oxidative inactivation of surfactants   [0011] 
Physiological effects of oxidized exogenous surfactant in vivo: Effects of high tidal volume and surfactant protein A   [0011]  [0049] 
Exposure of the hydrophobic components of porcine lung surfactant to oxidant stress alters surface tension properties   [0011]  [0049]  [0066] 
Mechanisms of peroxynitrite-induced injury to pulmonary surfactants   [0011]  [0051]  [0051]  [0064] 
Surfactant function and composition after free radical exposure generated by transition metals   [0011] 
Environmental tobacco smoke effects on lung surfactant film organization   [0011] 
Reactive oxygen species inactivation of surfactant involves structural and functional alterations to surfactant proteins SP-B and SP-C   [0011]  [0065] 
Modification of tryptophan and methionine residues is implicated in the oxidative inactivation of surfactant protein B   [0011] 
Effect of cholesterol on the biophysical and physiological properties of a clinical pulmonary surfactant   [0011] 
Effect of acute lung injury on structure and function of pulmonary surfactant films   [0050] 
Localization of epidermal hyaluronic acid using the hyaluronate binding region of cartilage proteoglycan as a specific probe   [0050]  [0051]  [0051] 
Methyl-[beta]-cyclodextrin restores the structure and function of pulmonary surfactant films impaired by cholesterol   [0050] 
Role of cholesterol in the biophysical dysfunction of surfactant in ventilator-induced lung injury   [0050] 
Current perspectives in pulmonary surfactant--inhibition, enhancement and evaluation   [0051] 
Concurrent generation of nitric oxide and superoxide damages surfactant protein A   [0051] 
Altered cholesterol homeostasis in cultured and in vivo models of cystic fibrosis   [0055] 
Reactive oxygen species in acute lung injury   [0055] 
Neither fibrin nor plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 deficiency protects lung function in a mouse model of acute lung injury   [0056] 
Pressure-volume curves and compliance in acute lung injury   [0056] 
An elevated level of cholesterol impairs self-assembly of pulmonary surfactant into a functional film   [0060]  [0061]  [0062] 
The molecular mechanism of lipid monolayer collapse   [0060] 
Intrinsic structural and functional determinants within the amino acid sequence of mature pulmonary surfactant protein SP-B.   [0060] 
The Structure of a Model Pulmonary Surfactant as Revealed by Scanning Force Microscopy   [0060] 
Studies of the structure of lung surfactant protein SP-A   [0064] 
Pulmonary surfactant protein-A (SP-A) restores the surface properties of surfactant after oxidation by a mechanism that requires the Cys6 interchain disulfide bond and the phospholipid binding domain   [0065] 
A rapid sensitive method for determining phospholipid phosphorus involving digestion with magnesium nitrate   [0066] 
Formation of lysophospholipids from unsaturated phosphatidylcholines under the influence of hypochlorous acid   [0066] 
A comparative study of mechanisms of surfactant inhibition   [0068]