On the excretory function of the stomach
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The effect of food and histamine on the dynamics of gastric excretion of urea, ammonia and neutral red dye was studied in ten dogs with permanent Basov flstulse, and two dogs with Pavlov pouches. No correlation between the excretion of urea, ammonia, neutral red dye and the intensification of gastric secretion was noted. The amount of substances excreted by the stomach depended mainly on their concentration in the blood.
KeywordsPublic Health Ammonia Urea Histamine Gastric Secretion
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