bacterial translocation


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bacterial translocation

the movement of bacteria or bacterial products across the intestinal membrane to emerge either in the lymphatics or the visceral circulation.

bac·te·ri·al trans·lo·ca·tion

(bak-tēr'ē-ăl tranz-lō-kā'shŭn)
The movement of bacteria or bacterial products across the intestinal membrane to emerge either in the lymphatics or the visceral circulation.
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Elemental diet-induced bacterial translocation associated with systemic and intestinal immune suppression.
It is likely that category 4 episodes represented a host response to minor viral infection or transient bacterial translocation which could be cleared by the infants' own immune system.
Intestinal permeability and bacterial translocation as determined by the LPS-LBP complex increased from baseline regardless of the dietary manipulation (p [less than or equal to] 0.
In the present study, the mean exercise intensity elicited by the subjects during the duathlon in both dietary conditions was high enough to cause intestinal permeability and bacterial translocation from baseline as demonstrated by the increased LPS-LBP complex values.
Bacterial translocation in the portal-hypertensive rat: Studies in basal conditions and on exposure to hemorrhagic shock.
Bacterial translocation to mesenteric lymph nodes is increased in cirrhotic rats with ascites.
amp;uot;By neutralizing excessive nitric oxide and blocking bacterial translocation, a key event in the pathogenesis of sepsis,&uot; Dr.
Prevention of bacterial translocation using glutamine and melatonin in small bowel ischemia and reperfusion in rats.
Food deprivation increases bacterial translocation after non-lethal haemorrhage in rats.
Bacterial translocation is reduced by a specific nutritional combination in mice with chemotherapy-induced neutropenia.
Nitric-oxide derived urinary nitrate as a marker of intestinal bacterial translocation in rats.
Determination of urinary nitrite + nitrate output as a marker of inflammation has been reported for inflammatory bowel disease, allograft rejection, arthritis, gastroenteritis, and bacterial translocation [33,47-50].