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Partial hepatectomy led to an increased oxygen consumption over the whole respiratory cycle. Association of partial hepatectomy with negative aeroionotherapy determined a decrease of oxygen consumption as compared with the partially hepatectomized animals. Negative air ionization in controls determined a decrease of oxygen consumption at the level of the(More)
Subtotal hepatectomy and all the paraoperative actions induce a condition of stress characterized by the intensification of catabolic processes and overproduction of hormones with glycogenolytic and lypolytic action: catecholamines, T3, T4, ensuring the conditions required by some energy-dependent processes (mitoses and proteosyntheses) assuring the(More)
The increase of oxygen consumption in liver cell cultures in medium 199 with addition of serum or of regenerative liver extract pleads for the existence of a factor stimulating energy-dependent processes (mitoses, protein synthesis), which is active both in vivo and in vitro. This stimulating factor is of liver origin, but with systemic offer. The(More)
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