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extracellular fluid


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extracellular fluid

extracellular fluid

extracellular fluid n.

extracellular fluid n.

Extracellular fluid volume and EPO dose in haemodialysis

Extracellular fluid volume determined by bioelectric impedance and serum albumin in CAPD patients.

Effect of extracellular fluid volume on single-sample measurement of glomerular filtration rate

Cardiovascular remodelling and extracellular fluid excess in early stages of chronic kidney disease

Transcapillary exchange: role and importance of the interstitial fluid pressure and the extracellular matrix

Phospholipids are present in extracellular fluids of imbibing sunflower seeds and are modulated by hormonal treatments

Human Fallopian tubal epithelial cells in vitro:establishment of polarity and potential role of intracellular calcium and extracellular ATP in fluid secretion

Extracellular fluid volume and glomerular filtration rate in 1878 healthy potential renal transplant donors: effects of age, gender, obesity and scaling

Assessing the degree of extracellular fluid volume contraction in a patient with a severe degree of hyperglycaemia

Age-Related Differences in Hippocampal Extracellular Fluid Glucose Concentration During Behavioral Testing and Following Systemic Glucose Administration

Border sequences of Medicago truncatula CLE36 are specifically cleaved by endoproteases common to the extracellular fluids of Medicago and soybean

Zona pellucida-induced acrosome reaction in human sperm: dependency on activation of pertussis toxin-sensitive Gi protein and extracellular calcium, and priming effect of progesterone and follicular fluid

 

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Fluid that circulates around and between the cells of the body and is separated from the intracellular fluid by semipermeable cell membranes. See also osmosis, sodium pump. Compare intracellular fluid. ECF abbrev.

Subjects: Chemistry.


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