Increasing cycles of intermittent ischemia can effectively maintain liver function during the acute phase of ischemia reperfusion injury by promotion of bile flow and reduction in bile salt toxicity

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2009
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Peters, Joseph E
Nieuwenhuijs, Vincent
Porte, Robert Jack
Padbury, Robert Thomas
Barritt, Gregory John
Morphett, Arthur
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Peters, J., Nieuwenhuijs, V., Morphett, A., Porte, R., Padbury, R. and Barritt, G. (2009). Increasing cycles of intermittent ischemia can effectively maintain liver function during the acute phase of ischemia reperfusion injury by promotion of bile flow and reduction in bile salt toxicity. Digestive Surgery, 26(6) pp. 455-464.