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EC number: 213-067-8 | CAS number: 921-53-9
4 dogs died before there was opportunity to study the vascular reactions and all showed marked necrosis of the epithelium of the convoluted tubules. One of these animals survived only eight hours after the injection of tartrate (intraperitoneally) yet showed marked necrosis in addition to the glomerular condition, one other survived twenty-one hours (after subcutaneous injection) one survived twenty-four hours (intraperitoneal injection) and one survived forty-eight hours (subcutaneous ·injection).
Dogs with tartrate nephritis showed normal vascular reactions in the first 3 days whereas at 5th day the vascular reactions were somewhat more marked than normal and the diuretic effect of caffein was equal to that seen in normal animals.
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