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Oxygenation of frog gastric mucosa in vitro.

Am J Physiol 1975 Dec;229(6):1510-3

We have recently shown that 5% CO2/95% O2 in the serosal bathing solution, with 100% O2 in the mucosal solution, results in CO2-diffusion limitation of acid secretion in bullfrog gastric mucosa. Changing to 10% CO2/90% 02 on both surfaces doubles the acid secretory rate. We calculate that, were the rate of oxygen consumption to increase significantly as a result of secretory stimulation, the tissue would now be oxygen limited. Read More

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December 1975

Effect of pH on ionic exchange and function in rat and rabbit myocardium.

Am J Physiol 1975 Sep;229(3):570-81

The effects of pH variation on ionic exchange and mechanical function were studied in the arterially perfused rat and rabbit septa. The pH and PCO2 of the control perfusate were 7.40 and 39 mmHg, respectively. Read More

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September 1975
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