The effect of hypercapnia on the blood-brain barrier to sucrose in the rabbit.

@article{Cameron1969TheEO,
  title={The effect of hypercapnia on the blood-brain barrier to sucrose in the rabbit.},
  author={I. R. Cameron and Hugh Davson and Malcolm B. Segal},
  journal={The Yale journal of biology and medicine},
  year={1969},
  volume={42 3-4},
  pages={241-7}
}
It has been stated that hypercapnia increases the permeability of the bloodbrain barrier to several compounds, e.g., trypan blue,' sulphate2 and iodinated serum albumin."' The experiments just cited have shown that during hypercapnia more of the substance under study has passed from blood into the brain tissue than in control animals, but such an effect could have been due to the expansion of the extracellular space rather than to an increased rate of penetration into a constant space. In the… CONTINUE READING

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