Alissa Jourdan

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A large number of experimental studies suggests that oxygen free radicals play a major role in the pathogenesis of the myocardial lesions observed during the sequence ischemia-reperfusion. The purpose of this study was to determine whether oxygen free radicals can induce thrombosis. In so doing we have developed a new experimental thrombosis model.(More)
Butyrate is a byproduct of microbial carbohydrate fermentation that occurs primarily in the large intestine. When added to feed, butyrate quickly disappears in the upper digestive tract. Because butyrate is important for epithelial cell development, mucosal integrity, and animal growth, an encapsulation technique has been developed that allows for the slow(More)
Male and female mortality rates in the city of Rio de Janeiro in 1960, 1970 and 1980 are studied with a view to analysing the different risks to which men and women are subject by age group. Mortality differentials by sex and cause were studied by means of male/female mortality ratios, relative and absolute differences among rates, and standardized rates.(More)
Arterial thrombosis is clearly responsible for a very wide range of cardiovascular diseases, which is why many models of arterial thrombosis have been developed. These models are based on various techniques such as electrical, mechanical, biochemical, photochemical induction. They are an essential prerequisite to the understanding of molecular and cellular(More)
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