Fatty acid metabolism during hypothermic perfusion of the isolated dog kidney.


Perfusion of isolated dog kidneys was performed at 8--12 degrees C using an albumin solution containing caprylic acid (about 6 mmol/l) and long-chain fatty acids (about 0.5 mmol/l). During 48 h the amounts of caprylic acid in the perfusate fell by about 3 mmol, whereas long-chain FFA increased by 0.2--0.3 mmol and small amounts of arachidonic acid appeared… (More)


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