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Huber, J. T., Emery, R. S., Bergen, W. G., Liesman, J. S., Kung, L., King, K. J., Gardner, R. W. and Checketts, M. (1984): Influences of methionine hydroxy analog on milk fat production, blood serum lipids and

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. [30]. E. E. Dubinina S. O. Burmistrov D. A. Khodov 1995 Oxidative modification of human blood serum proteins: a method for its estimation Vopr. Med. Khim. 1 24 – 29 . [31]. N. I. Gabrielyan A. A. Dmitriev G. I. Kulakov

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. Gosniorch. 88 109 135 Cervinka, S. 1973: The possibilities of employment of differentiation of blood serum and total

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triiodothyronine on glucose level in blood serum and aldolase and LDH activity in liver and kidney J. Anim. Breed. Genet. 109 , 71 – 78 ( 1992 ) 25. Könczöl K , Pintér O , Ferenczi S , Varga J , Kovácz K , Palkovits M , Zelena D , Tóth

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. Barros , C. , Fujimoto , M. and Yanagimachi , R. ( 1973 ): Failure of zona penetration of hamster spermatozoa after prolonged preincubation in a blood serum fraction . J. Reprod. Fertil. 35 , 89 – 95

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. 37 , 685 – 697 . Weichselbaum , T. E. ( 1946 ): An accurate rapid method for the determination of proteins in small amounts of blood serum and plasma . Am. J. Clin

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. Huber , J. T. , Emery , R. S. , Bergen , W. G. , Liesman , J. S. , Kung , L. , Jr. , Gardner , R. W. and Checketts , M. ( 1984 ): Influences of methionine hydroxy analog on milk and milk fat production, blood serum lipids and plasma

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Interventional Medicine and Applied Science
Authors: Monica Chavez Vivas, Hector Fabio Villamarin Guerrero, Antonio Jose Tascon, and Augusto Valderrama-Aguirre

part in the systemic response to infection [ 11–17 ]. This study was aimed at assessing the levels of IL-6 in the blood serum of patients with sepsis and septic shock. The results demonstrated significant decline of IL-6 at 48 h after the

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). *Statistically significant difference compared with non-Su groups The results of biochemical analysis of the blood serum are listed in Table  II . Neither the RT nor the administration of Su modified significantly the mean

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the contents of total antioxidant capacity (T-AOC) and superoxide dismutase (SOD) in mouse blood serum, decrease the contents of monoamine oxidase (MAO) and malonaldehyde (MDA) in mouse blood serum and liver, and decrease levels of lipofuscin (LF) in

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