Factors affecting the distribution of iodide and bromide in the central nervous system.

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1. Even when a steady level of (131)I(-) is maintained in the blood for long periods, the uptake by brain and spinal cord is very small, and the possibility that this is due to an active transport of I(-) from brain-tissue to blood has been examined.2. Most of the phenomena, however, can be explained on the basis of a slow passive diffusion across the blood… (More)

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@article{Bito1966FactorsAT, title={Factors affecting the distribution of iodide and bromide in the central nervous system.}, author={Laszlo Z. Bito and Michael W. B. Bradbury and Hugh Davson}, journal={The Journal of physiology}, year={1966}, volume={185 2}, pages={323-54} }