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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)
We have examined the effects of seven different “barrier breakers” (including ethanol, aspirin, salicylic acid, isobutyric acid, Na taurocholate, thermal injury, and hyperosmotic glucose) on chambered gastric mucosae of rats in an attempt to identify variations in accepted indicators of mucosal barrier integrity which would accurately predict the extent of(More)
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