The process of microbial translocation.

@article{Alexander1990ThePO,
  title={The process of microbial translocation.},
  author={James W. Alexander and Steven T Boyce and George F. Babcock and Luca Gianotti and Michael D. Peck and David Lawrence Dunn and T. Pyles and Connie Childress and Steve Ash},
  journal={Annals of surgery},
  year={1990},
  volume={212 4},
  pages={
          496-510; discussion 511-2
        }
}
The process of microbial translocation was studied using Candida albicans, Escherichia coli, or endotoxin instilled into Thiry-Vella loops of thermally injured guinea pigs and rats. Translocation of C. albicans occurred by direct penetration of enterocytes by a unique process different from classical phagocytosis. Translocation between enterocytes was not observed. Internalization was associated with a disturbance of the plasma membrane and brush border, but most internalized organisms were not… CONTINUE READING

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