22 novembre 2012

Chemical compound and disease context of batroxobin

Five lambs ( approximately 6 mo of age and 30 kg), with an external iliac artery and vein catheterized and fed to maintain body weight, were used to examine effects of close arterial infusion of batroxobin and branched-chain amino acids (BCAA) on net phenylalanine (Phe) uptake across the hind limb.
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22 novembre 2012

Psychiatry related information on batroxobin

Comparison of all control and probucol-treated monkeys demonstrated that intimal lesion areas in the thoracic aortas of the probucol-treated monkeys were reduced by 43% (P < 0.0001), but no significant difference in lesion area was found in the abdominal batroxobin or in the iliac arteries.
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22 novembre 2012

Disease relevance of batroxobin

Mycotic aneurysm of the external iliac artery. A triad of clinical signs facilitating early diagnosis. The soluble 165-amino acid isoform of VEGF was administered as a single intra-arterial bolus to the internal iliac artery of rabbits in which the ipsilateral femoral artery was excised to induce severe, unilateral hind limb ischemia. Heparin (30 U/kg), an antithrombin agent (argatroban, 0.05 mg/kg body weight) or a defibrinogenating drug (batroxobin, 0.05 U/kg) was locally infused into one side of the canine iliac artery after injury... [Lire la suite]
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