Capillary Permeability to Narrow-Range Macromolecular Dextrans at Normal and Hypobaric Pressures

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In view of its varied concepts and interpretations, and because of the discrepancies produced by the previous utilization of polydispersed dextrans, a study using extremely narrow-range molecular weight dextran fractions was initiated to reevaluate and consolidate some of the aspects of capillary permeability. A portion of the study was performed under decreased barometric pressure in order to clarify further some of the mechanisms involved in particulate transfer across the capillary endothelial membranes. Gel filtration procedures augmented the study as an assessment of the polydispersity effects of the dextrans employed.

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Norris, John Anthony December 1972.

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In view of its varied concepts and interpretations, and because of the discrepancies produced by the previous utilization of polydispersed dextrans, a study using extremely narrow-range molecular weight dextran fractions was initiated to reevaluate and consolidate some of the aspects of capillary permeability. A portion of the study was performed under decreased barometric pressure in order to clarify further some of the mechanisms involved in particulate transfer across the capillary endothelial membranes. Gel filtration procedures augmented the study as an assessment of the polydispersity effects of the dextrans employed.

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Norris, John Anthony. Capillary Permeability to Narrow-Range Macromolecular Dextrans at Normal and Hypobaric Pressures, thesis, December 1972; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc164035/: accessed December 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .