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A Mass-Spectrometric Study of Disturbances of Water Exchange Through the Pulmonary Barrier in Animals

  • L. A. Kachur
  • A. N. Shutko

Abstract

Heavy hydrogen isotopes, deuterium and tritium, are widely used for studying water exchange and the permeability of various water barriers in animals and man [1].

Keywords

Water Exchange Heavy Water Total Water Content Marginal Vein Deuterium Content 
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  • L. A. Kachur
  • A. N. Shutko

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