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Antiphlogistic activity ofl-phenylalanine andl-tryptophane within the mouse peritoneal cavity

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L'inflammation de la cavité abdominale provoquée chez la souris par injection de gélatine a été inhibé par l'administration intrapéritonéale de 25 mg/kg del-phénylalanine et del-tryptophane. Ce fait a été constaté aussi en mesurant la distribution des cellules dans le liquide péritonéale aspiré.

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Davis, R.H. Antiphlogistic activity ofl-phenylalanine andl-tryptophane within the mouse peritoneal cavity. Experientia 28, 1230–1231 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01946189

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Keywords

  • Peritoneal Cavity
  • Mouse Peritoneal Cavity
  • Antiphlogistic Activity