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Y Shimura, N Watari, M Kanai, Y Mabuchi, Y Hotta
Although it is known that caerulein exerts an action on the secretory activity of the islets of Langerhans in the pancreas, the mechanism of this hormone has not yet been ascertained. The present investigation was undertaken to observe the ultramicroscopic changes of the pancreatic islets and the peripheral blood levels of insulin, glucagon, glucose and electrolites after caerulein administration. The animals were divided into four groups, and three were injected intraperitoneally with caerulein at 25 micrograms/kg, 2 micrograms/kg and 0...
September 20, 1980: Nihon Naibunpi Gakkai Zasshi
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/426383/-contribution-to-acid-base-metabolism-in-hypertonic-dehydration-by-the-study-of-fraction-r-underterminate-anions-author-s-transl
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E Junco, P Jara, F Rodrigo, F Ruza, F Alvarado
A study on the value of "R fraction" of plasma electrolites (undetermined anions), in order to know better the metabolic acidosis of the hypertonic dehydration is achieved. "R fraction" value was obtained by the formulae: R fraction = plasma N+ --(plasma Cl- + plasma HCO3-). The mean values in patients with hypertonic dehydration was: 12.4 +/- 8.3 mEq./l., more than the normal standard data of our laboratory: 8.55 +/- 3.4 mEq./l. Authors make two groups in accordance with the "R" value: one with low "R fraction" (25 cases): 4...
January 1979: Anales Españoles de Pediatría
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