In recent years it has been our desire to evaluate the presence of antidiuretic substance (ADS) in the blood of animals under various experimental conditions (Giere, 1951; Eversole, Giere and Rock, 1952; Giere and Eversole, 1954; Eversole and Giere, 1954). For these determinations we have used the method of Birnie, et al. (1950) and also our modification of the technic of Ames and van Dyke (1952). The results herein reported constitute a continuation of the above work to include other physiological and experimental conditions including such controversial subjects as the concentration of ADS in the adrenalectomized rat (Birnie, et al., 1950; Ames and van Dyke, 1952; Robinson and McFarlane, 1956).
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Giere, Frederic A.
"Antidiuretic Substance Levels in Rat plasma,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 65(1), 455-457.
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