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Aprotinin
Aprotinin bovine, recombinant, expressed in Nicotiana (tobacco). Aprotinin is a protein consisting of 58 amino acids, arranged in a single polypeptide chain that is cross-linked...

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HTLV-I and -II, and the agent causing Creutzfeldt-Ja
Aprotinin is usually well tolerated. Local thrombophlebitis can occur. Aprotinin-specific serum-IgG was reported to be detectable in about 50% of patients who had re-ceived only...

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Aprotinin and cardiac surgery
Effect of aprotinin on need ftuI btlood transf'usion. Aprotinin is a potent antifibrinolytic agent, its molar potency in vitro is 100 and 1000 times that of tranexamic acid.

https://www.bmj.com/content/bmj/303/6804/660.full.pdf

Anaphylactic reaction to aprotinin despite negative ocular
(Accepted 7 August 1984). Anaphylactic reaction to aprotinin despite negative ocular Introduction Serious allergic reactions to aprotinin occur in less than 0 1 % of patients...

https://www.bmj.com/content/bmj/289/6453/1176.full.pdf

Effect of cimetidine on upper gastrointestinal bleeding after
Despite negative sensitivity tests with aprotinin eye drops he developed a profound anaphylactic reaction on intravenous administration of the drug.

https://www.bmj.com/content/bmj/289/6453/1175.full.pdf

The Complete Guide for | Aprotinin
Protease Inhibitor. Aprotinin. Serine proteases a. General inhibitors for. Antipain-dihydrochloride Aprotinin Bestatin Chymostatin E-64 EDTA-Na2 Leupeptin.

http://iti.stanford.edu/content/dam/sm/iti/documents/himc/immunoassays/ProteaseInhibitionGuide.pdf

Absence of Benecial Effect of Acute Normovolemic
...with Aprotinin on Allogeneic Blood Transfusion Requirements in Cardiac Surgery. ischemia, provided standard intraop-erative cell saving and high-dose aprotinin are used.

http://ether.stanford.edu/library/cardiac_anesthesia/Transfusion/Hohn-%20Hemodilution%20and%20Aprotinin.pdf

Antifibrinolysis
Although aprotinin has recently been approved by the Food and Drug Administra-tion for use as an antifibrinolytic agent, many surgeons continue to have concerns about its...

http://ether.stanford.edu/library/cardiac_anesthesia/Drugs/Antifibrinolytic%20Therapy%20in%20Cardiac%20Surgery.pdf

Aprotinin
Since aprotinin reduces TNF release during CPB, the effects of aprotinin on BALF IL-S concentra-. tions and neutrophil levels were determined after CPB in adult humans.

http://www.aerozon.ru/documents/publications/74_Hill.pdf

Assessment of split renal function with 99mTc-aprotinin
99mTc labeling of the polypeptide aprotinin (6500 dalton) provides a radiopharmaceutical with high affinity for renal tissue (Pedroso de Lima and Segura Moreira 1976; Janoki et al.

http://www.aerozon.ru/documents/publications/93_Aprile.pdf