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Interstitial-lymphatic mechanisms in the control of extracellular fluid volume.
While the study of the physiochemical composition and structure of the interstitium on a molecular level is a large and important field in itself, the present review centered mainly on the functionalExpand
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Interstitial fluid volume: local regulatory mechanisms.
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Renal handling of radiolabelled human cystatin C in the rat.
Serum cystatin C concentration correlates negatively with glomerular filtration rate as well as or better than that of serum creatinine, suggesting a constant formation, and elimination fromExpand
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Measurement of Local Blood Flow with Hydrogen Gas
When a platinized platinum electrode is polarized at the potential of the standard calomel electrode, the current generated is proportional to the concentration of dissolved hydrogen gas. The effectsExpand
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Protein concentration of interstitial fluid collected from rat skin by a wick method.
A new method has been developed for studying interstitial fluid protein concentration: A 3 cm long and 0.5 mm thick nylon thread was sewn into subcutaneous tissue of ether anesthetized rats and leftExpand
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Renal Oxygen Tension
URINE oxygen tension is regularly lower than the oxygen tension of renal venous blood. When urine does not contain large amounts of reducing substances, for example, ascorbic acid, the urinary oxygenExpand
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Isolation of interstitial fluid from rat mammary tumors by a centrifugation method.
Access to interstitial fluid is of fundamental importance to understand tumor transcapillary fluid balance, including the distribution of probes and therapeutic agents. Tumors were induced by gavageExpand
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Effect of adrenaline, noradrenaline, angiotensin and renal nerve stimulation on intrarenal distribution of blood flow in dogs.
  • K. Aukland
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Acta physiologica Scandinavica
  • 1 April 1968
Aukland, K. Effect of adrenaline, noradrenaline, angiotension and renal nerve stimulation on intrarenal distribution of blood flow in dogs. Acta physiol. scand. 1968. 72. 498–509. The acuteExpand
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Interstitial fluid pressure in rats measured with a modified wick technique.
Abstract Subcutaneous interstitial fluid pressure (Pi) was measured in anesthetized rats with the “wick-in-needle” technique: A thin hypodermic needle was provided with a 2- to 4-mm-long sidehole andExpand
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Intrarenal Distribution of Blood Flow in Rats Determined by 125I‐Iodoantipyrine Uptake
Local renal blood flow was estimated in pentobarbital-anestnetized rats with 126I-iodoantipyrine (Ap) according to the method of Kety: Arterial Mood was sampled continuously on rotating filter paperExpand
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