Association of plasma diamine oxidase and intestinal fatty acid–binding protein with severity of disease in patient with heat stroke

The aim of this study was to describe the role of intestinal fatty acid–binding protein (iFABP) and allergy-related diamine oxidase (DAO) in patients with heat stroke (HS).
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