Significance of nitric oxide concentration in plasma and uterine secretes with puerperal endometritis in dairy cows

@article{Li2010SignificanceON,
  title={Significance of nitric oxide concentration in plasma and uterine secretes with puerperal endometritis in dairy cows},
  author={Dejun Li and Yunfeng Liu and Yanfei Li and Ying Lv and XiaoYing Pei and Dingzong Guo},
  journal={Veterinary Research Communications},
  year={2010},
  volume={34},
  pages={315-321}
}
Endometritis is an inflammation of the endometrial lining of the uterus without systemic signs, which is associated with chronic postpartum infection of the uterus with pathogenic bacteria. Nitric oxide (NO) is an inflammatory mediator that among other effects causes smooth muscle relaxation and mediated cytoimmunity and inflammation toxicity. To see if the nitric oxide concentration in plasma and uterine secrets is related with postpartum endometritis, NO concentrations in plasma and uterine… CONTINUE READING

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