Dose-dependent uptake of radioactivity by liver parenchymal and non-parenchymal cells after intravenous administration of fractionated 3H-heparin to rats.


The dose-dependent uptake of fractionated 3H-heparin in the subpopulations of liver cells, parenchymal and non-parenchymal cells, was characterized in rats in vivo. Following the intravenous administration of fractionated 3H-heparin, the radioactivity in plasma was eliminated according to the first order kinetics at each dose. However, the elimination rate… (More)


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