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The effects of varying oxygen tensions on organ cultures

1. Human embryonic organ slices survived better in organ culture when the oxygen tension was relatively low. Necrosis, presumably due to oxygen poisoning was seen at an oxygen pressure of 2.0 atmospheres. 2. Slices of organs from adult laboratory animals varied in their reponse to high oxygen pressuresin vitro. 3. In some organs, e. g. liver and kidney, considerably thicker...

The effects of varying oxygen tensions on organ cultures

1. Human embryonic organ slices survived better in organ culture when the oxygen tension was relatively low. Necrosis, presumably due to oxygen poisoning was seen at an oxygen pressure of 2.0 atmospheres. 2. Slices of organs from adult laboratory animals varied in their reponse to high oxygen pressuresin vitro. 3. In some organs, e. g. liver and kidney, considerably thicker...