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Blood loss and carbon tetra chloride intoxication

, : Blood loss and carbon tetra chloride intoxication. Folia Haematologica (Leipzig) 103(4): 523-529

In rats the induced enhancement of glutamic-pyruvic transaminase and leucine aminopeptidase activity in plasma to 5.2 mM CCl4/kg (orally) is potentiated after repeated drawing of blood. The LD50 of CCl4 following oral application in rats after loss of blood is reduced significantly compared to controls and to animals with increased Hb content in blood.


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