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RESULTS: Apoptotic epithelial cells, exfoliated villi and
inflammatory cells in intestine were increased with
edema in the lamina propria accompanying effusion of
red blood cells. Lanthanum particles were found in the
intercellular space and intracellular compartment. Bacterial
translocation to mesenteric lymph nodes (MLN)
and spleen was evident. The serum endotoxin, DAO and
MDA levels were significantly higher while the serum
SOD, DAO and Gln levels were lower in intestine (P <
0.05). The bacterial translocation number was lower in
the high altitude hypoxic group than in the high altitude
starvation group (0.47 ± 0.83 vs 2.38 ± 1.45, P < 0.05).
The bacterial translocation was found in each organ, especially
in MLN and spleen but not in peripheral blood.
The bacterial and endotoxin translocations were both
markedly improved in rats after treatment with Gln.
CONCLUSION: High-altitude hypoxia and starvation
cause severe intestinal mucosal injury and increase bacterial
and endotoxin translocation, which can be treated
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