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Warm Ischemia

 
 
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Disease relevance of Warm Ischemia

 

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  • A 30-min period of warm ischemia did not impair the endocrine function of the pancreatic grafts, which was assessed by measuring the blood glucose levels and glucose decay constants (K), and a 60-min period of warm ischemia was considered to be the critical period for reversible tissue damage [6].
 

High impact information on Warm Ischemia

  • Data from quantitative real-time RT-PCR analysis revealed that B7-1 and B7-2 mRNA levels were elevated in hepatic lobes after warm ischemia/reperfusion (5.13- and 52.9-fold increase, respectively), whereas ICAM-1 mRNA expression was rather constitutive but further enhanced by warm ischemia/reperfusion (4.24-fold increase) [7].
  • Also, survival in treated Ob rats following a lethal 90 minutes of partial in vivo warm ischemia was examined [1].
  • We have found that the DNA binding activity of AP-1 was dramatically increased following warm ischemia at 1 to 3 hours postreperfusion [8].
  • Thus, both furosemide and bumetanide showed a clear benificial effect on rat livers subjected to warm ischemia [9].
  • Also, after 120 minutes of warm ischemia, LDH and aspartate aminotransferase release were significantly decreased and bile flow increased by pretreatment with bumetanide [9].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of Warm Ischemia

 

Biological context of Warm Ischemia

 

Anatomical context of Warm Ischemia

 

Associations of Warm Ischemia with chemical compounds

 

Gene context of Warm Ischemia

  • In this report, we first evaluated the expression of VEGF in a mouse model of liver warm ischemia [30].
  • CYP3A, known to account for an average 30% of total P450 content in the human liver was the most susceptible to the warm ischemia [31].
  • Using a 90-min lobar warm ischemia model, wild type (WT), TLR4 KO/mutant and TLR2 KO mice were first assessed for the severity of hepatocellular damage at 6 h postreperfusion [32].
  • To test our hypothesis, we induced partial warm ischemia to the livers of Nramp1(+/+) and Nramp1(-/-) mice for 45 min of by clamping the hilum of the median and left lateral lobes, followed by 30 or 60 min of reperfusion [33].
  • Impact of warm ischemic time on microsomal P450 isoforms in a porcine model of therapeutic liver resection [31].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Warm Ischemia

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