Experientia

, Volume 35, Issue 6, pp 759–762

Hageman factor activation and tight junction disruption in mice challenged with attenuated endotoxin

Authors

  • R. I. Walker
    • Experimental Hematology DepartmentArmed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
    • Veterinary Medicine DepartmentArmed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
  • M. Porvaznik
    • Experimental Hematology DepartmentArmed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
    • Veterinary Medicine DepartmentArmed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
  • June E. Egan
    • Experimental Hematology DepartmentArmed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
    • Veterinary Medicine DepartmentArmed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
  • A. M. Miller
    • Experimental Hematology DepartmentArmed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
    • Veterinary Medicine DepartmentArmed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute
Article

DOI: 10.1007/BF01968230

Cite this article as:
Walker, R.I., Porvaznik, M., Egan, J.E. et al. Experientia (1979) 35: 759. doi:10.1007/BF01968230
  • 11 Views

Summary

Endotoxin treated with chromium chloride is less toxic to mice than the parent molecule, but can disrupt intestinal permeability barriers and has an enhanced ability to activate Hageman factor.

Copyright information

© Birkhäuser Verlag 1979