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Transfer of drugs across the ruminal wall in goats

American Journal of Veterinary Research

Dec 1, 1975

Walter L JenkinsB M Boulos

PMID: 934

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The rates at which pentobarbital, salicylate, antipyrine, and quinine were transferred from the rumen of intact, conscious goats were measured. The rates at which the same drugs diffused from the blood plasma (under conditions of constant drug concentration) into the ruminal solution we...read more

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Cinchona calisaya
Plasma
Salicylic Acids
Quinbisan
Cinchona pubescens
Rumen
Salicylate Measurement
Epithelium
Antipyrine
Goat
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  • Transfer of drugs across the ruminal wall in goats

    American Journal of Veterinary Research

    Dec 1, 1975

    Walter L JenkinsB M Boulos

    PMID: 934

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    The rates at which pentobarbital, salicylate, antipyrine, and quinine were transferred from the rumen of intact, conscious goats were measured. The rates at which the same drugs diffused from the blood plasma (under conditions of constant drug concentration) into the ruminal solution we...read more

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    Cinchona calisaya
    Plasma
    Salicylic Acids
    Quinbisan
    Cinchona pubescens

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