Mechanism of proteinuria. III. A comparison of the functional and structural aspects of the effects of certain intraperitoneally administered proteins on hemoglobin excretion in the rat.

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Intraperitoneal administration of bovine albumin sharply increases glomerular permeability to hemoglobin in the rat kidney. In addition, bovine albumin "saturates" the tubular absorption mechanism and inhibits the tubular absorption of subsequently administered hemoglobin. Egg white, ovalbumin, and ovomucoid, in contrast, do not produce significant changes… (More)

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@article{Lippman1951MechanismOP, title={Mechanism of proteinuria. III. A comparison of the functional and structural aspects of the effects of certain intraperitoneally administered proteins on hemoglobin excretion in the rat.}, author={Richard W. Lippman and Helen J. Ureen and J. Oliver}, journal={The Journal of experimental medicine}, year={1951}, volume={93 4}, pages={325-336} }