Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, September 5th, 2008
"In particular, the cell membrane is most vulnerable to heat injury. Copolymer surfactants have been shown to repair the cell membrane, and agents such as poloxamer 188 have demonstrated this effect in numerous studies. Furthermore, copolymer surfactants have been shown to act as molecular chaperones, allowing denatured proteins to regain...
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