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- Kontas, T., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Research in veterinary science 2007 v.82 no.2 pp. 181-186
- brucellosis; transcriptional activation; anti-inflammatory activity; liver; rats; nitric oxide; cyclic AMP; lipid peroxidation; inflammation; defense mechanisms; biochemical pathways; Brucella melitensis; physiological response; spleen; animal models; interleukin-10; pathogenesis; oxidative stress; animal diseases
- ... Brucella species are able to survive and replicate within the phagocytic vacuole of macrophages that induce chronic infection in humans and domestic animals. The activation of oxidative bactericidal activity is one of the defense systems which protect the host from the toxic effects of pathogens. The aim of this study was to evaluate lipid peroxidation, NO production, antioxidative system and infl ...