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From: A Nonerythropoietic Peptide that Mimics the 3D Structure of Erythropoietin Reduces Organ Injury/Dysfunction and Inflammation in Experimental Hemorrhagic Shock

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Effect of pHBSP on renal function (A); serum creatinine levels, liver injury (B,C); serum aspartate aminotransferase and alanine aminotransferase levels, pancreatic injury (D); serum lipase levels, and neuromuscular injury (E); serum creatine kinase levels were measured after sham operation (Sham, n = 10; Sham + pHBSP 60 min after resuscitation [1 µg/kg 60 min after the onset of sham resuscitation], n = 4) or HS (HS + saline, n = 10; HS + pHBSP 0 min after resuscitation [1 µg/kg 0 min after the onset of resuscitation], n = 5; HS + pHBSP 30 min after resuscitation [1 µg/kg 30 min after the onset of resuscitation], n = 10; HS + pHBSP 60 min after resuscitation [1 µg/kg 60 min after the onset of resuscitation], n = 10; HS + pHBSP 90 min after resuscitation [1 µg/kg 90 min after the onset of resuscitation], n = 5). Data represent mean ± SEM for n observations, P < 0.05 HS + saline.

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