Published in Blood Weekly, October 4th, 2007
"Sprague-Dawley rats were divided into 2 groups: sham laparotomy (SH, n = 10) or 75% small bowel resection (n = 10). After 14 days, each group underwent a second sham laparotomy (SH/SH and SBS/SH) or cecal ligation and puncture, followed 16 hours later by cecal excision and peritoneal washout (SH/sepsis and SBS/sepsis). Animals were killed 56 hours later. The SBS rats had higher serum levels of...
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