Shwartzman

Shwartz·man

(shwarts'măn),
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He qualified second, just 0.047 seconds slower than his teammate Robert Shwartzman.
Interleukin 12, interferon gamma, and tumor necrosis factor alpha are the key cytokines of the generalized Shwartzman reaction.
Brozna, "Shwartzman reaction," Seminars in Thrombosis and Hemostasis, vol.
Pulcini, despite his fourth place behind the Russian Robert Shwartzman, was obliged to leave the title to his opponent.
Rounding out the top 10 was Russian Robert Shwartzman, Pulcini, Finnish Niko Kari, the UK's Enm Ahmed, Belgian Benjamin Lessennes, Briton Daniel Ticktum and Lorenzo Travisanutto.
Tsuchiya, "Studies on the pathological changes caused by the injection of the shwartzman filtrate and the endotoxin into pregnant rabbits," Japanese Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol.
LPS causes pathophysiological effects such as fever, leucopenia, leucocytosis and Shwartzman reactivity (4), (5).
P-selectin-deficient mice were reported to exhibit a prolonged bleeding time and defects in hemostasis in a local Shwartzman reaction (36).
El efecto del extracto de limo en los ensayos de Shwartzman, letalidad en embriones de pollo, lisado de amebocitos del Limulus y mitogenicidad en las celulas del bazo esta bastante disminuido con poca actividad endotoxica, pero parece tener una importante respuesta inmunosupresiva (12) pues suprime la respuesta inmune del raton contra eritrocitos de cordero; finalmente, el potencial antifagocitico de la capa de limo no se ha determinado.