Gastric mucosa permeability and HCO3- secretion 'in vivo' during perfusion of damaging and protective agents across canine Heidenhain pouches.

Abstract

UNLABELLED Gastric mucosal barrier of 'in vivo' dogs with a Heidenhain pouch (HP) was broken by butyric acid (BA). Cimetidine intravenously (5 mg/kg/h) prevented HCl secretion. Unidirectional fluxes of H+ and Na+, passive mucosal permeability [evaluated with a low-molecular-weight substance, polyethylenglycole 200(PEG 200)] were increased by BA while… (More)

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