Effect of barbiturates on selective secretion of rat salivary glands after administration of anions

@article{Petrovich2004EffectOB,
  title={Effect of barbiturates on selective secretion of rat salivary glands after administration of anions},
  author={Yu. A. Petrovich and R. P. Podorozhnaya and V M Kolosovskiĭ},
  journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine},
  year={2004},
  volume={85},
  pages={757-760}
}
Secretion of labeled anions and their metabolites in the saliva of adult Wistar rats was studied. The salivary glands are characterized by high selectivity of secretion of materials. After subcutaneous injection of [14C]acetate, [32P]orthophosphate, [35S]thiocyanate, and [131I]iodide, in control animals under physiological conditions14C is concentrated in the mixed saliva 2.5–6 times more than in the blood, the32P level in the saliva is 1/5–1/20 of the blood level, and the131I and35S indices… 

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