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Lipid-derived lipoxins are produced at the site of vascular and mucosal inflammation where they down-regulate polymorphonuclear leukocyte recruitment and function. 15(R)-Lipoxin A4 (15(R)-LXA4) is derived from the aspirin-triggered formation of 15(R)-HETE (Item No. 34710) from arachidonic acid (Item No. 90010).1,2 15(R)-LXA4 inhibits LTB4-induced chemotaxis, adherence, and transmigration of neutrophils with twice the potency of LXA4 (Item No. 90410) demonstrating activity in the nM range.2,3 The anti-inflammatory effects of aspirin may be ascribed in part to the ability of 15(R)-LXA4 to regulate leukocyte function.4 15(R)-LXA4 is reported to promote resolution of inflammation in LPS-treated stromal cells derived from intermediate-stage diseased supraspinatus tendons as evidenced by increased expression of the STAT-6 pathway target genes, ALOX15 and CD206.5
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5. Dakin, S.G., Martinez, F.O., Yapp, C., et al. Inflammation activation and resolution in human tendon disease Sci.Transl.Med. 7(311), (2015).
Tibrewal, S., Ivanir, Y., Sarkar, J., et al. Hyperosmolar stress induces neutrophil extracellular trap formation: implications for dry eye disease Invest. Opthalmol. Vis. Sci. 55(12), 7961-7969 (2014).