Dietary glutamine supplementation affects macrophage function, hematopoiesis and nutritional status in early weaned mice.

@article{Rogero2008DietaryGS,
  title={Dietary glutamine supplementation affects macrophage function, hematopoiesis and nutritional status in early weaned mice.},
  author={M. Rogero and P. Borelli and M. Vinolo and R. Fock and Ivanir Santana de Oliveira Pires and J. Tirapegui},
  journal={Clinical nutrition},
  year={2008},
  volume={27 3},
  pages={
          386-97
        }
}
BACKGROUND & AIMS To investigate the effect that early weaning associated with the ingestion of either a glutamine-free or supplemented diet has on the functioning of peritoneal macrophages, hematopoiesis and nutritional status of mice. METHODS Swiss Webster mice were early weaned on their 14th day of life and distributed to two groups, being fed either a glutamine-free diet (-GLN) or a glutamine-supplemented diet (+GLN). Animals belonging to a control group (CON) were weaned on their 21st… Expand
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