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Pathogenesis of experimental shock. IV. Studies on lysosomes in normal and tolerant animals subjected to lethal trauma and endotoxemia

The Journal of Experimental Medicine

Oct 1, 1962

A JANOFFL THOMAS

PMID: 14041867

Abstract

Fatal shock was produced in animals by drum trauma, temporary occlusion of the superior mesenteric artery, and bacterial endotoxin. Measurements were made of release of beta glucuronidase and cathepsins from the large granule fractions of livers, and of levels of circulating beta glucur...read more

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Brain Injuries
Pathogenic Aspects
Acid Phosphatase
Endotoxemia
Pathogenesis
Enzymes, antithrombotic
Superior Mesenteric Artery Structure
Protoplasm
Peptide Hydrolases
Hepatic
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Pathogenesis of experimental shock. IV. Studies on lysosomes in normal and tolerant animals subjected to lethal trauma and endotoxemia

The Journal of Experimental Medicine

Oct 1, 1962

A JANOFFL THOMAS

PMID: 14041867

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Abstract

Fatal shock was produced in animals by drum trauma, temporary occlusion of the superior mesenteric artery, and bacterial endotoxin. Measurements were made of release of beta glucuronidase and cathepsins from the large granule fractions of livers, and of levels of circulating beta glucur...read more

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Pathogenesis
Enzymes, antithrombotic
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