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Partial colocalization of NADPH-diaphorase and acetylcholinesterase positivity in spinal cord neurons.
The freely diffusible radical, nitric oxide (NO), has been assumed to act as a retrograde signaling molecule that modulates transmitter release. Acetylcholine (ACh) is known to function as a typicalExpand
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The state of the microcirculatory bed after total ischaemia of the brain. An experimental ultrastructural study.
The study was focused on the changes in morphological structure of cerebral microcirculation after two stages of 7 min dog's total brain ischaemia followed by 24 recirculation. In the firstExpand
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Comparison of the histological methods in the diagnostic of deer cysticercosis
SummaryHistochemical methods for the detection and diagnosis of the developmental stages of the canine tapeworm, from the genus Taenia found in the heart and lungs of red deer (Cervus elaphus) andExpand
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Effect of stobadine on gastric mucosal injury after ischaemia/reperfusion.
The ability of stobadine to prevent gastric mucosal injury was tested in rat gastric ischaemia induced by 30 min clamping of the coeliac artery with subsequent 30 min reperfusion. Serious injury ofExpand
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Experimental studies of some microrheological factors in serious brain ischemia after stobadine pretreatment.
Serious brain ischemia was induced by occlusion of cerebral arteries in dogs. The occlusion time was 7 min. The blood was collected at various intervals of reperfusion (5, 60, 180, 240 min and 24 h).Expand
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Development of jejunal graft damage during intestinal transplantation.
BACKGROUND Intestinal transplantation (ITx) represents difficult life-saving intervention reserved for patients with irreversible intestinal failure. A serious complication of ITx is jejunal graftExpand
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[Experimental use of the peritoneal graft as a vascular prosthesis].
INTRODUCTION The parietal peritoneum appears to be a suitable material for the vascular system reconstructions. AIM The aim was to assess and compare thrombogenicity and ability for endothelizationExpand
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Detection of early stages of apoptosis in experimental intestinal ischemia-reperfusion injury
Apoptosis is a form of programmed cell death that plays an important role in small intestine ischemia-reperfusion (IR) injury. The aim of this study was to determine the total proportion of apoptoticExpand
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Serotonin levels in the small bowel mucosa as a marker of ischemic injury during small bowel preservation.
Of the serotonin occurring in the small bowel mucosa, 95% is present in enterochromaffine cells. The cold ischemia during small bowel transplantation results in mucosal injury and releasing ofExpand
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Morphological and apoptotic changes in the intestinal mucosa and lung parenchyma after ischaemic/reperfusion injury of the jejunum.
Ischaemic/reperfusion (IR) injury of the small intestine may lead to the development of multiple organ failure. Little is known about the morphological changes occurring in the organs during theExpand
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