Experimental acute pancreatitis: Models for testing a free radical mechanism Peter Kruse MD Author
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Peter Kruse, MD, PhD, defended his Thesis: Experimental acute pancreatitis - Models for testing a free radical mechanism at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Acute pancreatitis is a disease with an unclear pathogenesis and with a potential lethal outcome for the patients. One of the potential pathogenetic factors to the disease has been suggested to be free oxygen radicals as part of the inflammatory reaction. This PhD Thesis has attempted to explore the role of free oxygen radicals through two experimental models of acute pancreatitis: The Taurocholate model and the Cerulein model.Dr. Kruse has divided a nearly 30 year professional career as a physician, scientist and working for the healthcare industry for global drug, biologics and medical device companies. More about Dr. Kruse on his website: http://www.webalice.it/morarokruse/


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