Sulphate excretion by dogs following ingestion of ammonium sulphate or meat.

Abstract

1. When normal conscious dogs were given small doses of (NH4)2SO4 by stomach tube, the rate of excretion of SO4 increased due to increase in plasma SO4 without change in creatinine clearance. After eating meat, increased SO4 excretion was due to increase in glomerular filtration rate without change in plasma SO4. 2. The calculated rate of tubular… (More)

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@article{OConnor1976SulphateEB, title={Sulphate excretion by dogs following ingestion of ammonium sulphate or meat.}, author={W. J. O'Connor and R A Summerill}, journal={The Journal of physiology}, year={1976}, volume={260 3}, pages={597-607} }