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Differences in the inflammatory reaction of contralateral sites of the body to equivalent noxae


, : Differences in the inflammatory reaction of contralateral sites of the body to equivalent noxae. Zeitschrift für Versuchstierkunde 26(1): 43-47

Equal amounts of Sephadex G-200 were injected into the subcutis of the left and the right lower back quadrant of rats. Cells and proteins of the inflammatory exudate that collects in the Sephadex implants were measured after 12 h and 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 days. There are differences in the reaction of lymphocytes and proteins between left and right sides. When contralateral sites are used for experiments, these inherent differences must be considered.

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