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  • Oval cell proliferation in cirrhosis in rats. An experimental study 

    Tsamandas, A. C.; Antonacopoulou, A.; Kalogeropoulou, C.; Tsota, I.; Zabakis, P.; Giannopoulou, E.; Liava, A.; Tzelepi, V.; Tepetes, K.; Petsas, T.; Kardamakis, D.; Kalofonos, H. P. (2007)
    Oval cells are liver stem cells involved in liver regeneration following liver damage. Previous studies have shown that pretreatment with a hepatocyte inhibitor is required to allow full oval cell activation. This study ...
  • Some microbiological aspects of rats captured alive at the port city of Piraeus, Greece 

    Burriel, A. R.; Kritas, S. K.; Kontos, V. (2008)
    The aim was to investigate the presence of leptospira infection and the antibiotic resistance of Enterobacteriaceae among wild rats living in a densely populated area. For this purpose 3-4 large traps were placed daily ...
  • Transmission and pathogenicity of encephalomyocarditis virus (EMCV) among rats 

    Spyrou, V.; Maurice, H.; Billinis, C.; Papanastassopoulou, M.; Psalla, D.; Nielen, M.; Koenen, F.; Papadopoulos, O. (2004)
    Due to the probable role played by rodents as a reservoir for the transmission of the EMC virus to pigs, the experiment reported here was performed in order to assess the transmission rate of EMCV within a rat population. ...