In vivo behavior of radioiodinated rabbit antithrombin III. Demonstration of a noncirculating vascular compartment.

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Rabbit antithrombin III (AT), purified by heparin-agarose, was labeled with iodine-131 by either the glucose oxidase-lactoperoxidase or iodine monochloride techniques. When intravenously injected, the disappearance of the 131I-AT from plasma was characterized by rapid initial decreases, and three-exponential equations were required for best fit of the… (More)

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@article{Carlson1984InVB, title={In vivo behavior of radioiodinated rabbit antithrombin III. Demonstration of a noncirculating vascular compartment.}, author={Timothy H. Carlson and Anibal Cotrina Atencio and Trudi Simon}, journal={The Journal of clinical investigation}, year={1984}, volume={74 1}, pages={191-9} }