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Cellular Immunity State of Protein-deficient Rats with the Toxic Liver Injury
Original Text JOURNAL OF STRESS PHYSIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY
Studies on the role of immunity mechanisms in the emergence and maintenance of inflammatory and destructive processes in the liver under toxic hepatitis and nutrient deficiency are topical. The aim of research-to study the quantitative content and functional activity of leukocytes under the conditions of acetaminophen-induced hepatitis on the background of nutritional protein deficiency. The most pronounced changes in cell-mediated immunity are observed in protein-deficient animals with toxicfatcat:tpvkbphce5cjdewf6jw4aljjle