Glutamine treatment attenuates the development of organ injury induced by zymosan administration in mice.

@article{Mondello2011GlutamineTA,
  title={Glutamine treatment attenuates the development of organ injury induced by zymosan administration in mice.},
  author={S. Mondello and M. Galuppo and E. Mazzon and D. Italiano and P. Mondello and Carmela Aloisi and S. Cuzzocrea},
  journal={European journal of pharmacology},
  year={2011},
  volume={658 1},
  pages={
          28-40
        }
}
Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in the bloodstream. It is important in nucleotide synthesis, is anti-catabolic, has anti-oxidant properties via metabolism to glutathione, may enhance immune responsiveness and possesses immunoregulatory functions. Moreover, it reduces atrophy of intestinal mucosa in animals on total parenteral nutrition and prevents intestinal mucosal injury accompanying small bowel transplantation, chemotherapy and radiation. In the present study, we investigated the… Expand
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