CARBONIC ANHYDRASE ANALYSES OF THE BLOOD OF SUBJECTS EXPOSED TO A HELIUM-OXYGEN ENVIRONMENT AT SEVEN ATMOSPHERES PRESSURE
NAVAL SUBMARINE MEDICAL CENTER GROTON CT
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The carbon dioxide hydrating ability of erythrocytes measured as carbonic anhydrase activity and the qualitative pattern of the isozymes of this enzyme group were studied in men exposed to a helium-oxygen environment at seven atmospheres pressure. No alteration in the enzyme or its activity of apparent physiological significance was detected.
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