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Concept Anastomotic Leak
Academic Article Intestinal tissues induce an SNP mutation in Pseudomonas aeruginosa that enhances its virulence: possible role in anastomotic leak.
Academic Article The opposing forces of the intestinal microbiome and the emerging pathobiome.
Academic Article Collagen degradation and MMP9 activation by Enterococcus faecalis contribute to intestinal anastomotic leak.
Academic Article Agent-based model of epithelial host-pathogen interactions in anastomotic leak.
Academic Article Morphine Promotes Colonization of Anastomotic Tissues with Collagenase - Producing Enterococcus faecalis and Causes Leak.
Academic Article Lack of evidence for tissue hypoxia as a contributing factor in anastomotic leak following colon anastomosis and segmental devascularization in rats.
Academic Article Oral Polyphosphate Suppresses Bacterial Collagenase Production and Prevents Anastomotic Leak Due to Serratia marcescens and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Academic Article Novel de novo synthesized phosphate carrier compound ABA-PEG20k-Pi20 suppresses collagenase production in Enterococcus faecalis and prevents colonic anastomotic leak in an experimental model.
Academic Article Identification of Collagenolytic Bacteria in Human Samples: Screening Methods and Clinical Implications for Resolving and Preventing Anastomotic Leaks and Wound Complications.
Academic Article Prevention of Anastomotic Leak Via Local Application of Tranexamic Acid to Target Bacterial-mediated Plasminogen Activation: A Practical Solution to a Complex Problem.
Academic Article Low-fat/high-fibre diet prehabilitation improves anastomotic healing via the microbiome: an experimental model.
Academic Article Involvement of the Commensal Organism Bacillus subtilis in the Pathogenesis of Anastomotic Leak.
Academic Article Comparative genetics of Enterococcus faecalis intestinal tissue isolates before and after surgery in a rat model of colon anastomosis.

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