Wlodzimierz Otto

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OBJECTIVE Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) is the leading cause of travelers' diarrhea. The aim of this study was to investigate the ability of a powdered extract of hyperimmune bovine colostrum to protect against diarrhea in volunteers challenged with ETEC. MATERIALS AND METHODS Tablets were manufactured from a colostrum extract from cattle(More)
The canine cystic duct, like that in man, has an extremely thin layer of muscle deep to the mucosal layer, surrounded by a dense layer of collagen fibers. The resistance to flow through the duct was studied in 16 anesthetized dogs by perfusing the duct with saline solution at constant pressure and recording the flow rate of the solution. The flow rate(More)
6 canine livers were perfused extracorporeally with bloodless fluorocarbon emulsion for 6 h. Perfusate was oxygenated in vitro with a mixture of oxygen and carbon dioxide. Biochemical studies were performed on the samples of perfusate taken from the arterial and venous lines of the perfusion circuit, and of the bile. Hepatic tissue was sampled prior to and(More)
Objective: Development of HCC is associated with the process of angiogenesis and leads to the increment of the number of stem cells in the peripheral blood circulation. This study evaluated whether the level of hematopoietic stem cells and endothelial progenitor cells (HSCs & EPCs) could indicate the unfavorable tumour biology and the progress of disease in(More)
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