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Role of hypoxia inducible factors 1alpha and 2alpha in basal adhesion formation and in carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum-enhanced adhesion formation after laparoscopic surgery in transgenic mice.

Molinas CR, Campo R, Elkelani OA, Binda MM, Carmeliet P, Koninckx PR.

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Role of the plasminogen system in basal adhesion formation and carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum-enhanced adhesion formation after laparoscopic surgery in transgenic mice.

Molinas CR, Elkelani O, Campo R, Luttun A, Carmeliet P, Koninckx PR.

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Prevention of adhesions with crystalloids during laparoscopic surgery in mice.

Elkelani OA, Molinas CR, Mynbaev O, Koninckx PR.

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Pathogenesis of CO(2) pneumoperitoneum-induced metabolic hypoxemia in a rabbit model

Mynbaev OA, Molinas CR, Adamyan LV, Vanacker B, Koninckx PR.

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Reduction of CO(2)-pneumoperitoneum-induced metabolic hypoxaemia by the addition of small amounts of O(2) to the CO(2) in a rabbit ventilated model. A preliminary study.

Mynbaev OA, Molinas CR, Adamyan LV, Vanacker B, Koninckx PR.

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Peritoneal mesothelial hypoxia during pneumoperitoneum is a cofactor in adhesion formation in a laparoscopic mouse model

Molinas CR, Mynbaev O, Pauwels A, Novak P, Koninckx PR.

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Endoscopic surgery and adhesion formation in the rabbit model

Molinas CR

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Hypoxaemia induced by CO(2) or helium pneumoperitoneum is a co-factor in adhesion formation in rabbits

Molinas CR, Koninckx PR.

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