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The average maximum excretion of bromsuíphalein (BS) by the liver of horses during 10 min. of continuous infusion was 108.4 mg./min. This figure was reduced to 33.7 in a horse with mild CC14 poisoning and to 18.5 in a severe case. Although this method reliably detected liver damage it was too...

Fellner, F.; Karsai, F.
Akademiai Kiado, Budapest, Hungary
Acta veterinaria Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 1960, 10, pp 281-294