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The effect of induction of endogenous CO by heme-oxygenase inducer, hemin versus heme-oxygenase blocker, zinc mesoporphyrin on gastric secretion and ulceration under different conditions in adult male albino rats
Bratislava Medical Journal
Although its role and importance is less well studied, carbon monoxide (CO) has been identifi ed as the second gasotransmitter in the GI tract. This study was performed to investigate the effect of modifying the endogenous CO production by altering heme oxygenase (HO) activity either by induction through hemin administration or inhibition by zinc mesoporphyrin administration on gastric secretion and ulceration induced by either cold restraint stress (CRS) or indomethacin (IND) treatment indoi:10.4149/bll_2014_064 fatcat:2klktwavlreyld3s5fsn3zwe3q