Endotoxaemia and acute pancreatitis: correlation between the severity of the disease and the anti-enterobacterial common antigen antibody titre.

@article{Kivilaakso1984EndotoxaemiaAA,
  title={Endotoxaemia and acute pancreatitis: correlation between the severity of the disease and the anti-enterobacterial common antigen antibody titre.},
  author={Eero Kivilaakso and Ville Valtonen and M Malkam{\"a}ki and Antero Palmu and T Schr{\"o}der and Pertti Nikki and Pirjo Helena Maekelae and M Lempinen},
  journal={Gut},
  year={1984},
  volume={25 10},
  pages={
          1065-70
        }
}
Enterobacterial common antigen is a highly immunogenic component of the Gram negative bacterial cell wall that is common to all enteric bacteria. In the present study, the humoral antibody response against enteric bacteria was investigated by measuring antibodies to enterobacterial common antigen in paired serum samples in 38 patients with acute pancreatitis and in 31 healthy subjects. In mild pancreatitis (11 patients), no changes in anti-enterobacterial common antigen titres were observed as… CONTINUE READING

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