Therapeutic Effects in Ocular Lesions Obtained by Systematic and Topical Administration of an Activator of the Oxygen Metabolis
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“…Agar is an organic material and may ideally undergo shrinkage similar to that observed in biological tissues during freezing and freeze-drying [7,32]. KCl and NaCl agar standards were established as previously described [7,25].…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
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“…Agar is an organic material and may ideally undergo shrinkage similar to that observed in biological tissues during freezing and freeze-drying [7,32]. KCl and NaCl agar standards were established as previously described [7,25].…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
“…This would be followed by similar principles throughout much of Kriz's later work. Probing the medulla for local ion concentrations in those days was another major step in understanding the concentration gradients of the renal medulla [33,60]. Measuring functional oxygen deficiency together with Joachim Schurek, another long-term collaborator with a physiological and clinical background, was another step towards understanding major questions in medullary function [91].…”
Section: The Renal Medulla and Urinary Concentrating Mechanismmentioning
“…In this study, purified agar was used as supporting matrix for quantification of elements as agar is an organic material and may ideally undergo similar shrinkage as biological tissues when freezing and freeze-drying causes some shrinkage of biological tissue (Fritz and Jentschke, 1994;Kriz et al, 1972). For agar purification, 10 g agar was suspended in 2 L of de-ionized water at room temperature.…”
Section: Purification Of Agarmentioning