par Naets, Jean-Pierre
Référence Nature (London), 184, 4683, page (371-372)
Publication Publié, 1959
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : IN previous communications it was shown that bilateral nephrectomy abolished erythropoiesis in the dog1,2, whereas ureter ligation did not impair erythropoiesis despite a similar state of intoxication and malnutrition3. From these observations as well as the demonstration by Jacobson et al.4 that an elevated erythropoietin-level was not obtained in hypoxic rats after nephrectomy, it was suggested that the kidney may be the site of production of one erythropoietic stimulating substance. © 1959 Nature Publishing Group.