Comparative study of transport of exogenous radioactive histone administered by various routes

Abstract

Accumulation of radioactive label in olfactory bulbs is found to outstrip the label content in the blood of animals to which histone is administered intranasally. The concentration of the label in the blood is highest after intraperitoneal injection, but shortly afterwards radioactive histone is detected in the brain as well. 
DOI: 10.1007/BF02444294

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