The effect of arginine on survival rates and host defense mechanisms was studied using two clinically relevant models of infection that included transfusion-induced immunosuppression.

Gianotti, L., Alexander, J., Pyles, T., & Fukushima, R. (1993). Arginine-supplemented diets improve survival in gut-derived sepsis and peritonitis by modulating bacterial clearance. The role of nitric oxide. ANNALS OF SURGERY, 217(6), 644-654.

Arginine-supplemented diets improve survival in gut-derived sepsis and peritonitis by modulating bacterial clearance. The role of nitric oxide

GIANOTTI, LUCA VITTORIO;
1993-06

Abstract

The effect of arginine on survival rates and host defense mechanisms was studied using two clinically relevant models of infection that included transfusion-induced immunosuppression.
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Burns; Animals; Bacteria; Disease Susceptibility; Arginine; Peritonitis; Punctures; Spleen; Mice; Mice, Inbred BALB C; Nitric Oxide; Mice, Inbred Strains; Survival Rate; Escherichia coli Infections; Mice, Inbred C3H; Liver; Bacterial Physiological Phenomena; Blood Transfusion; Escherichia coli; Cecum; Ligation; Diet; Lymph Nodes; Female
English
Gianotti, L., Alexander, J., Pyles, T., & Fukushima, R. (1993). Arginine-supplemented diets improve survival in gut-derived sepsis and peritonitis by modulating bacterial clearance. The role of nitric oxide. ANNALS OF SURGERY, 217(6), 644-654.
Gianotti, L; Alexander, J; Pyles, T; Fukushima, R
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