[Experimental foreign serum pancreatitis. Histologic and histochemical findings in the exocrine pancreas of the mouse after repeated intraperitoneal injections of serum of other species (author's transl)].
Adult white mice were continually treated by intraperitoneal injections of normal serum of various species (neat, horse, man, rabbit, mouse) for 3 hours up to 16 days. Control animals received injections of physiological saline under the same conditions. In the mouse pancreas, the repeated intraperitoneal injections of foreign serum conformably resulted in… CONTINUE READING