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Agglutination of intravenous fat emulsions by acute-phase proteins






Pathologie Biologie 36(7): 877-881

Agglutination of intravenous fat emulsions by acute-phase proteins

Agglutination of soyabean oil with egg lecithin by serum of 11 infants and 12 children, mean ages 6.8 months and 7.3 years, all acutely ill with bacterial infection and treated with antibiotic and of 17 controls was studied in vitro. Results for days 1 to 3 and from day 4 to end of treatment and a period after treatment were compared. Agglutination, or creaming, score was significantly higher with generalized than with localized infection.


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