Influence of variations in hydration and in solute excretion of the effects of lysine-vasopressin infusion on urinary and renal tissue composition in the conscious rat.

@article{Atherton1971InfluenceOV,
  title={Influence of variations in hydration and in solute excretion of the effects of lysine-vasopressin infusion on urinary and renal tissue composition in the conscious rat.},
  author={John Christopher Atherton and Jane A. Evans and Roger H Green and Serge Thomas},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1971},
  volume={213 2},
  pages={311-27}
}
1. The changes in urinary and renal tissue composition induced by continuous, intravenous infusion of lysine-vasopressin (60 mu-u./min. 100 g body wt. until steady-state conditions prevailed) in normally hydrated, hydropaenic, saline-loaded (0.9%, w/v) and mannitol-loaded (15%, w/v) rats were determined and compared with those induced in water-loaded rats.2. Previous reports that the urinary responses to antidiuretic hormones vary both with hydration status and with concurrent solute excretion… CONTINUE READING