O2 Sensitive, Local Regulation of CSF H+ Activity
It has been known for many years that the H+ activity of the CSF was somehow protected from acidosis occurring in the blood and that this protection was partially achieved by a mechanism which could cause HCO 3 - differences between CSF and blood.
KeywordsPermeability Dioxide Lactate Respiration Bicarbonate
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