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Interaction of ions and connective tissue.
The interaction of ions with tissues was studied by measuring liquid junction potentials between tissues and 0.15 M KCl, and LiCl, or 0.075 M CaCl2 and MgCl2, as well as with one tenth isotonic NaCl.Expand
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An in vivo study of the pH of synovial fluid in dogs.
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The pH of the synovial fluid in the anaesthetized dog under treatment with metrazol or insulin.
This paper reports the results of alterations in the pH of synovial fluid and of blood of dogs anaesthetized with nembutal, in response to agents producing extreme muscle activity. The intravenousExpand
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Autonomic control of synovial-fluid reaction.
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Binding of anions by connective tissue: dermis and cartilage.
Binding of various anions to dermis and cartilage was studied in vivo by a potentiometric method. The anions used were: fluoride, ascorbic acid, alizarin red S, the three isomeric dihydroxybenzoicExpand
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Titration curves of colloidal surface. II. Connective tissues.
Abstract The colloidal charge density of certain connective tissues was measured in vivo by the method of diplaced Donnan potentials at a series of pH values from 7.4 to 2.2 to yield titration curvesExpand
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The dissociation constants of organic calcium complexes.
  • N. Joseph
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of biological chemistry
  • 1 August 1946
Cations of the alkali earth group have strong tendencies to form partially dissociated complexes in solution with the anions of carboxylic acids and other weak acids. The affinity of this associationExpand
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Homeostasis of connective tissues. II. Potassium-sodium equilibrium.
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A THEORY OF CONNECTIVE TISSUE BEHAVIOR: ITS IMPLICATIONS IN PERIODONTAL DISEASE *
Connective tissues permeate the entire organism, forming a continuum that is the immediate environment of the cells. Despite the specialized characters of the different kinds of connective tissue,Expand
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Electrometric Studies of' Human Gingiva in Pregnancy
CONNECTIVE tissues are labile in response to the influence of hormones and changes in the internal environment. This behavior is determined by changes in the state of aggregation of the negativelyExpand
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