Michael R Kellen

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Osmotic transient responses in organ weight after changes in perfusate osmolarity have implied steric hindrance to small-molecule transcapillary exchange, but tracer methods do not. We obtained osmotic weight transient data in isolated, Ringer-perfused rabbit hearts with NaCl, urea, glucose, sucrose, raffinose, inulin, and albumin and analyzed the data with(More)
Physiologists have devised many models for interpreting water and solute exchange data in whole organs, but the models have typically neglected key aspects of the underlying physiology to present the simplest possible model for a given experimental situation. We have developed a physiologically realistic model of microcirculatory water and solute exchange(More)
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