[FIGURE 2 OMITTED] [FIGURE 3 OMITTED] DISCUSSION Bacterial translocation is defined as the phenomenon by which organisms or their products escape from the intestinal tract to extra-luminal sites such as mesenteric lymph nodes, liver, spleen and the bloodstream (2).
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We note that other viral infections have been associated with bacterial translocation and secondary nosocomial infections (8).
This complex is considered a marker of bacterial translocation and transport responsible for initiating a cell-mediated signal response (Nanbo et al.
The detection of microbial DNA in the blood: a sensitive method for diagnosing bacteremia and/or bacterial translocation in surgical patients.
Bacterial translocation of ExoS having mutated GAP or ADPRT activities, confirmed the requirement of ExoS ADPRT activity for Rac1 modification and membrane localization.
Such delays lead to bacterial translocation, he said, resulting in a high rate of infectious complications.