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We established a human embryonic stem cell line derived from frozen human embryos of Chinese origin. The cell line expressed the pluripotent markers SSEA-4, TRA-1-60, TRA-1-81, Oct-4, and alkaline phosphatase. The pluripotency of the cell line was also demonstrated in vivo by teratoma formation in severe combined immunodeficiency mice. The embryonic stem(More)
We compared the effects of continuous Ringer's lactate infusion and Ringer's lactate instillation on postsurgical adhesion formation in the rat model. The results show that intraperitoneal Ringer's lactate instillation reduces postsurgical adhesions. However, its efficacy is not improved by additional infusion of Ringer's lactate.
Sepsis is a complex inflammatory response to infection, associating with dramatic metabolic disorders. Although the mechanisms of immune response during sepsis have been largely clarified, current studies rarely pay attention to the disordered protein metabolism in sepsis. In this study, L6 rat skeletal muscle cells treated with serum from septic rats were(More)
We have previously shown that in diabetes nitrergic neurones innervating the urogenital and gastrointestinal organs undergo a selective degenerative process. This comprises an initial insulin-reversible decrease in neuronal nitric oxide synthase (nNOS) in the axons, followed by apoptosis of the nitrergic neurones, a process that is not reversible by(More)
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