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Taxa de filtração glomerular pelo EDTA marcado com 51cromo e com 113míndio em equinos/ Glomerular fltration rate by 51chomium and 113m indium labeled EDTA in horses

Maliska, C.; Pinho, W.R.; Lima, J.E.T.; D´Almeida, J.; Pellegrini, P.M.; Schimit, T.S.
2009-06-01

Resumo em português Determinou-se a taxa de filtração glomerular por meio do EDTA, marcado com 51Cr e com 113mIn, pela técnica de injeção única, em nove equinos, seis machos e três fêmeas com idades de dois a 12 anos. A taxa de filtração glomerular foi calculada a partir da curva de desaparecimento no plasma e do volume de distribuição do radiotraçador, 51Cr-EDTA ou 113mIn-EDTA. O resultado (média±desvio-padrão) foi de 148,80±26,42mL.min-1.100kg. Conclui-se que a medida da t (mais) axa de filtração glomerular pelo 51Cr-EDTA ou 113mIn-EDTA, pela técnica de injeção única, elimina o cateterismo vesical e, por sua simplicidade, comodidade, precisão e baixa dose de radiação, pode ser empregada em cavalos como método de escolha em rotina clínica. Resumo em inglês The glomerular filtration rate was determined in nine healthy horses, six male and three female, aged two to 12-year-old, by means of 51Cr and 113mIn labeled EDTA single injection technique. The glomerular filtration rate was calculated from the plasma disappearance curve and the volume of distribution of the radiotracer, 51Cr-EDTA or 113mIn-EDTA. The result (mean±standard deviation) was 148.80±26.42mL.min-1.100kg. It is concluded that the measurement of glomerular filt (mais) ration rate by 51Cr-EDTA or 113mIn-EDTA by single injection technique eliminates the bladder catheterization, and for its simplicity, convenience, accuracy, and low dose of radiation, can be used in horses as a method of choice in clinical routine.

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Dióxido de titânio sol-gel: propriedades e comportamento eletrocrômico/ Sol-gel titanium dioxide: properties and electrochromic behavior

Zoppi, Rita Aparecida; Mortean, Nelson Henrique Ribeiro
2000-12-01

Resumo em inglês Titanium dioxide was prepared by hydrolysis and polycondensation of titanium tetraisopropoxide. TiO2 films were obtained by spin coating of the precursor solution on ITO substractes (glass covered with indium doped tin oxide). Films were prepared using different temperatures and hydrochloric acid contents. The effect of the drying temperature of the films (100 or 400ºC) was also investigated. TiO2 films were characterized by cyclic voltammetry, chronoamperometry, ultraviolete-visible spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy and X-ray diffractrometry.

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