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The role of thromboxane A2 in experimental liver injury in mice
The role of thromboxane A2 in experimental liver injury in mice Experimental liver injury models were produced by the injection of anti-basic liver protein (BLP) antibody into DBA/2 mice, by the injection of bacterial LPS into Corynebacterium parvum-pretreated ddY mice, and by the injection of CCl4 into ddY mice. In all models, extensive liver cell damage was estimated by the elevation of glutamate transaminase (GOT and GPT) activity and confirmed by significant histopathological changes ofdoi:10.2492/jsir1981.9.201 fatcat:az6xnso7ezhitpydf4hh3pqc5u