Bartlomiej Skowronek

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Membrane fragments of isolated cells from guinea pig gastric mucosa, enriched to 65% parietal cells, bind with high affinity the opioid peptide 3H-D-Ala2-D-Leu5-enkephalin (3H-DADLE). Binding was saturable and reversible. Scatchard analysis revealed a second binding site with low affinity but high capacity. Acid secretion by isolated, enriched parietal(More)
Pigs seem to be the answer to worldwide organ donor shortage. Porcine skin may also be applied as a dressing for severe burns. Genetic modifications of donor animals enable reduction of immune response, which prolongs xenograft survival as temporary biological dressing and allows achieving resistance against xenograft rejection. The risk posed by porcine(More)
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