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Changes in creatine kinase activity and concentration of 17-OHCS in blood plasma of pigs susceptible or resistant to halothane anaesthesia



Changes in creatine kinase activity and concentration of 17-OHCS in blood plasma of pigs susceptible or resistant to halothane anaesthesia



Vedecke Prace Vyskumneho Ustavu Zivocisnej Vyroby v Nitre (23): 115-121



195 German Landrace pigs, aged 56-70 days and weighing 17-25 kg, were tested for susceptibility to halothane: 140 pigs were resistant and 55 were susceptible. Creatine kinase activity before test averaged 1160.6 units in 88 and 1334.9 units in 107 the corresponding figures for the 17-oxyketosteroids concentration were 149.5 and 145.2 mmol/litre, sex differences being non-significant.

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