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Permeability of the Mammary Gland to Sodium-24, Potassium-42, Chlorine-36 and Iodine-131

Nature volume 192, pages 977978 (09 December 1961) | Download Citation

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PHOSPHORUS-32 and calcium-45 appear in the blood of goats a few minutes after their administration through the teat1,2. The regulation of milk electrolyte content is little understood, and it seems necessary to examine the problem of udder permeability further in order to understand these problems better.

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  1. Department of Animal Physiology, Royal Agricultural College, Uppsala 7.

    • P-G. KNUTSSON

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