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Ultrastructural changes in the kidney caused by the effect of pertussis microbes






Zhurnal Eksperimental'noi i Klinicheskoi Meditsiny 18(3): 75-81

Ultrastructural changes in the kidney caused by the effect of pertussis microbes

An EM study of mouse kidneys infected by Bordetella pertussis revealed changes in filtrating and reabsorbing sections of the nephron. Development of typical pathologic reactions, disorders of microcirculation and heightening of vessel permeability were reported. These changes appear to be connected with the activity of proteolytic enzymes and the effect of biologically active substances.


Accession: 006857211



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