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Academic Article Quantitative analysis of blood vessel permeability of squirrel monkeys.
Academic Article Ice formation in isolated human hepatocytes and human liver tissue.
Academic Article Increased gut permeability early after burns correlates with the extent of burn injury.
Academic Article Transport of fluorescent dextrans across the rat ileum after cutaneous thermal injury.
Academic Article Effects of malignancy and interleukin-2 infusion on gut macromolecular permeability.
Academic Article Low-density lipoprotein transport in blood vessel walls of squirrel monkeys.
Academic Article Dynamics of cell membrane permeability changes at supraphysiological temperatures.
Academic Article Increased transcellular permeability of rat small intestine after thermal injury.
Academic Article Cutaneous thermal injury alters macromolecular permeability of rat small intestine.
Academic Article Penetration of tumor tissue by antibodies and other immunoproteins.
Academic Article Macromolecular transport within heart valves.
Academic Article Gut macromolecular permeability in pancreatitis correlates with severity of disease in rats.
Academic Article Effectiveness of poloxamer 188 in arresting calcein leakage from thermally damaged isolated skeletal muscle cells.
Academic Article Nonequilibrium freezing of one-cell mouse embryos. Membrane integrity and developmental potential.
Academic Article Additive effects of thermal injury and infection on gut permeability.
Concept Cell Membrane Permeability
Concept Permeability
Concept Capillary Permeability
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  • Gut
  • Permeability
Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.