Permeability of parietal pleura to liquid and proteins
(1994) In Journal of Applied Physiology 76(2). p.627633 Abstract
 The permselectivity of the parietal pleura was determined in spontaneously breathing anesthetized rabbits and dogs. In rabbits, we injected intrapleurally 5 ml of 1g/dl albumin solution containing 100 microCi of 131Ilabeled albumin plus 100 microCi of either lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) or alpha 2125Imacroglobulin. Dogs received 100 ml of 1g/dl albumin solution containing 100 microCi of 131Ialbumin plus 100 microCi of alpha 2125Imacroglobulin. A transpleural pressure gradient was set, lowering the intracapsular pressure to 30 cmH2O. The solvent drag reflection coefficients (sigma f) were calculated as the ratio between tracer concentrations in capsular and pleural liquid collected at 60180 min. In rabbits sigma f was 0.44 +/ 0.2... (More)
 The permselectivity of the parietal pleura was determined in spontaneously breathing anesthetized rabbits and dogs. In rabbits, we injected intrapleurally 5 ml of 1g/dl albumin solution containing 100 microCi of 131Ilabeled albumin plus 100 microCi of either lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) or alpha 2125Imacroglobulin. Dogs received 100 ml of 1g/dl albumin solution containing 100 microCi of 131Ialbumin plus 100 microCi of alpha 2125Imacroglobulin. A transpleural pressure gradient was set, lowering the intracapsular pressure to 30 cmH2O. The solvent drag reflection coefficients (sigma f) were calculated as the ratio between tracer concentrations in capsular and pleural liquid collected at 60180 min. In rabbits sigma f was 0.44 +/ 0.2 (SD) for albumin, 0.84 +/ 0.1 for LDH, and 0.93 +/ 0.05 for alpha 2macroglobulin. In dogs sigma f was 0.30 +/ 0.19 for albumin and 0.53 +/ 0.15 for alpha 2macroglobulin. The hydraulic conductivity of the parietal pleura was 2.18 +/ 1.54 microliters.h1.cmH2O1.cm2 in rabbits and 1.22 +/ 1.13 microliters.h1.cmH2O1.cm2 in dogs. The parietal pleura could be modeled by two pore populations with radii of 8389 and 156222 A. The permeability coefficient averaged 0.080.21 x 10(6) cm/s for albumin, 0.060.09 x 10(6) cm/s for LDH, and 0.010.03 x 10(6) cm/s for alpha 2macroglobulin. (Less)
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 Negrini, D ; Venturoli, Daniele ^{LU} ; Townsley, M I and Reed, R K
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 1994
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 Journal of Applied Physiology
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 76
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 2
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 627  633
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 American Physiological Society
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 15221601
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