The effects of native and modified bovine serum albumin on the permeability of frog mesenteric capillaries.

@article{Michel1985TheEO,
  title={The effects of native and modified bovine serum albumin on the permeability of frog mesenteric capillaries.},
  author={C. Charles Michel and Marshall Phillips and Martin R. Turner},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1985},
  volume={360},
  pages={333-46}
}
Single capillaries in the mesenteries of pithed frogs were perfused sequentially with two frog Ringer solutions. The first solution contained no protein; the second solution contained either native or chemically modified bovine serum albumin (BSA) at a concentration of 3-5 mg ml-1. During each perfusion capillary permeability was assessed from the hydraulic conductivity of the capillary wall (Lp) which was determined from measurements of fluid filtration rate at two or more different capillary… CONTINUE READING

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CHD - treated BSA at a concentration of 2.5 mg ml-1 had no effect upon the effective osmotic pressure exerted across capillary walls by Ringer perfusates containing the neutral polymer Ficoll 70 at a concentration of 40 mg ml-1 .
CHD - treated BSA at a concentration of 2.5 mg ml-1 had no effect upon the effective osmotic pressure exerted across capillary walls by Ringer perfusates containing the neutral polymer Ficoll 70 at a concentration of 40 mg ml-1 .
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