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Experimental determination of net protein charge and A tot and K a of nonvolatile buffers in human plasma. Renal regulation and acid-base balance in ruminants. Respiratory, renal, hemato- logic, and serum biochemical effects of hypertonic saline solution in endotoxemic calves.
D-lactate production and flyidoterapia in diarrheic calves. Clinical applications of quantitative acid-base chemistry.
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Decreased colostral immunoglobulin absorption in calves with respiratory acidosis. Ultrasonographic findings of perivascular jugular vein diseases in cattle.
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