Oxygen transport in resting and contracting hamster cremaster muscles: experimental and theoretical microvascular studies.

@article{Klitzman1983OxygenTI,
  title={Oxygen transport in resting and contracting hamster cremaster muscles: experimental and theoretical microvascular studies.},
  author={Bruce Klitzman and Aleksander S. Popel and Brian R. Duling},
  journal={Microvascular research},
  year={1983},
  volume={25 1},
  pages={108-31}
}
Intravital microscopy of the superfused cremaster muscle was used to measure the density, diameter, length, hematocrit, red cell velocity, and red cell flux in capillaries of the pentobarbital-anesthetized hamster. Oxygen microelectrodes were used to measure oxygen tension (Po2) at a position 75-100 micrometers deep in the muscle between the venous ends of capillaries and, very importantly, at the superfusate-muscle interface. These parameters were measured in resting and contracting muscles… CONTINUE READING

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