Inhibition of endotoxin-induced bacterial translocation in mice.


The primary functions of the gut are to absorb nutrients and exclude bacteria and their products. However, under certain circumstances the gut may lose its barrier function and serve as a reservoir for systemic microbial infections. These experiments were performed to determine the mechanisms whereby endotoxin causes bacteria to escape (translocate) from… (More)


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@article{Deitch1989InhibitionOE, title={Inhibition of endotoxin-induced bacterial translocation in mice.}, author={Edwin A. Deitch and Li Ma and W. Ma and Matthew B. Grisham and Daniel Neil Granger and Robert D. Specian and Rodney D. Berg}, journal={The Journal of clinical investigation}, year={1989}, volume={84 1}, pages={36-42} }