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Acute haemorrhagic erosions were produced in chambered gastric mucosae of rats by infusion into the chamber of 40% ethanol (v/v) for 10 min, followed by 50 mM HCl for 1 h. This procedure produced erosions which extended over nearly 70% of the glandular mucosa. When one of 2% ethanol, prostaglandin E2 (75 micrograms/kg in either 2% ethanol or in aqueous(More)
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