2017
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-865020170040000297 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Transitional metaplasia in intestinal epithelium of rats submitted to intestinal cystoplasty and treatment with L-lysine 1 5-Experimental SurgeryActa Cir Bras. 2017;32(3):297-306 Abstract Purpose: To evaluated the effects of L-lysine on the intestinal and urothelial epithelia in cystoplasty in rats. Methods: Twenty-eight 9-week-old rats were assigned to 4 groups: Group A (n=8) cystoplasty followed by administration of L-lysine (150 mg/kg body weight by gavage) for 30 weeks; Group B (n=8) cystoplasty + water fo… Show more

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“…( 32 , 33 ) However, L -lysine accelerated the development of transitional metaplasia in intestinal epithelium in rats submitted to cystoplasty. ( 34 )…”
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“…( 32 , 33 ) However, L -lysine accelerated the development of transitional metaplasia in intestinal epithelium in rats submitted to cystoplasty. ( 34 )…”
Section: Discussionmentioning