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Reticuloendothelial Function and the Immune Response
Hyperphagocytic activity of the reticuloendothelial system induced in mice by the injection of glucan is associated with a significant increase in the primary and secondary immune responsiveness ofExpand
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Intravenous administration of methyl palmitate produced a marked depression of the phagocytic activity of the RES. Histological evidence indicates that the RE-depressant effect exerted by methyl pa...
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Alterations and mobilization of lipids in acute ethanol-treated rats.
The hypothesis of augmented peripheral lipid mobilization as a factor in the development of the acute ethanol-induced fatty liver was evaluated. Rats received by oral intubation a single dose of ei...
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Influence of reticuloendothelial hyperfunction on bone marrow transplantation.
Reticuloendothelial (RE) hyperfunction was induced in C57/BL mice by the administration of trypsinized zymosan or glucan. The exposure of RE hyperfunctional mice to 800 r whole-body X-irradiation p...
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Tissue localization studies in evaluating the functional role of the RES.
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Hepatic Glycogen Concentration and Hexobarbital-Sleeping Time In Mice
Summary The results of the present study demonstrated that the alterations of hexobarbital metabolism produced by chlorcyclizine and SKF-525A are independent of the effects of these agents on liverExpand
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Biphasic response of the reticuloendothelial system (RES) induced by pyran copolymer.
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Influence of pre- and post-x-irradiation zymosan administration on reticuloendothelial function.
It has been amply demonstrated that the functional activity of the reticuloendothelial system (RES) constitutes one of the major elements in the defense of the host against bacterial and possiblyExpand
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Inhibition of Homograft Acceptance and Homo- and Hetero-Graft Rejection in Chimeras by Reticuloendothelial System Stimulation.∗
Summary The subsequent survival of lethally X-irradiated mice transplanted with homologous bone marrow is dependent, in part, upon the functional state of the RES existing at time of transplantation.Expand
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Prevention of the acute ethanol-induced fatty liver by antihistamines and stimulants of hepatic microsomal enzyme activity.
  • W. R. Wooles
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Toxicology and applied pharmacology
  • 1 March 1968
Abstract Various agents that are either stimulants of hepatic microsomal enzyme activity or contain a benzyl carbon atom or other radical capable of complexing with free radicals were evaluated forExpand
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