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Serum protein concentration and oncotic pressure relationship in the rat

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A formula relating oncotic pressure torat serum protein concentration was derived and found to be in complete agreement with the Landis-Pappenheimer formula derived from measurements onhuman plasma.

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This study was supported by the Danish Medical Research Council and Johan and Hanne Weimann's legacy.

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Worning, C., Steven, K. Serum protein concentration and oncotic pressure relationship in the rat. Pflugers Arch. 340, 77–80 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00592199

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Key words

  • Colloid Osmotic Pressure
  • Serum Protein Concentration