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Studies of components of the coagulation systems in normal individuals and septic shock patients.
Components of the coagulation system were determined in plasma samples from normal individuals and septic shock patients. The parameters measured included Hageman factor (HF), prekallikrein (PKK),Expand
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Studies on plasma inhibitors of plasma kallikrein using chromogenic peptide substrate assays.
Abstract Inhibition of plasma kallikrein (KK) by human plasma was studied utilising a chromogenic peptide substrate for this enzyme (Chromozyme-PK, Pentapharm, Basel, Switzerland). Inhibition wasExpand
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Experimental acute pancreatitis in dogs. II. Histamine release induced by pancreatic exudate.
The relationship between the histamine-releasing ability tested on suspensions of mast cells and the hypotensive effect tested on dogs of exudate portions collected directly from the pancreas atExpand
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Myocardial blood flow and metabolism in the diving seal.
The adaptations of myocardial metabolism to diving asphyxia have been studied in 12 harbor seals (Phoca vitulina). Unanesthetized animals were submerged for periods of 10-16 min. Heart rate decreasedExpand
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Studies on components of the plasma kallikrein-kinin system in plasma samples from normal individuals and patients with septic shock.
Components of the plasma kallikrein-kinin system were determined in plasma samples from ten healthy subjects and eight patients with septic shock. Five of the patients died. Low levels of HagemanExpand
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Falls in plasma levels of prekallikrein, high molecular weight kininogen, and kallikrein inhibitors during lethal endotoxin shock in dogs.
Abstract Plasma levels of prekallikrein, kallikrein, high molecular weight kininogen, and inhibitors of plasma kallikrein were determined in samples from dogs infused with a lethal dose of E.coliExpand
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Plasma kallikrein activity and prekallikrein levels during endotoxin shock in dogs.
Endotoxin shock (ES) was induced in Labrador retriever dogs by infusion of a lethal dose of Escherichia coli endotoxin. Spontaneous plasma kallikrein activity and prekallikrein levels were determinedExpand
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Plasma kallikrein-kinin system in septicemia.
Plasma prekallikrein and functional kallikrein inhibition were studied in 18 surgical patients with complicating septicemia using chromogenic peptide substrate assays. Nine patients died and nineExpand
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Changes in plasminogen levels, plasmin activity and activity of antiplasmins during endotoxin shock in dogs.
Antiplasmin activity was studied during various stages of lethal canine endotoxin shock by means of assays utilizing a new chromogenic tripeptide derivative (S-2251 AB Kabi Peptide Research Division,Expand
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