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Interferon-gamma and sinusoidal electric fields signal by modulating NAD(P)H oscillations in polarized neutrophils


, : Interferon-gamma and sinusoidal electric fields signal by modulating NAD(P)H oscillations in polarized neutrophils. Biophysical Journal 79(6): 3001-3008

Metabolic activity in eukaryotic cells is known to naturally oscillate. We have recently observed a 20-s period NAD(P)H oscillation in neutrophils and other polarized cells. Here we show that when polarized human neutrophils are exposed to interferon-gamma or to ultra-low-frequency electric fields with periods double that of the NAD(P)H oscillation, the amplitude of the NAD(P)H oscillations increases.

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PMID: 11106607

DOI: 10.1016/S0006-3495(00)76536-2


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