Relative Vascularity of Certain Anatomical Areas of the Brain and Other Organs of the Rat

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IT need scarcely be pointed out that for the meaningful interpretation of the results of work where an exogenous material is administered to an animal and the assay performed on dissected areas of tissues with their content of blood, as is usually the case, it is frequently necessary to know the contribution of blood to the respective areas. This is particularly true if the concentration of a given substance is much greater in the blood than in the tissues.

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NAIR, V., PALM, D. & ROTH, L. Relative Vascularity of Certain Anatomical Areas of the Brain and Other Organs of the Rat. Nature 188, 497–498 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1038/188497a0

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