- •Raised cytokine levels are detectable early after acute coronary syndrome and coronary angioplasty.
- •Cytokine activation in such conditions is comparable.
- •Early cytokine activation is not related to myocardial damage.
- •Early cytokine release may be due to plaque destabilization.
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