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Animals at Very High Pressures of Helium and Neon

At pressures up to 125 atmospheres, helium failed to anesthetize mice; at slightly higher pressures (135 to 145 atmospheres) it proved lethal. With Italian newts (Triturus italicus), whose sensitivity to anesthesia by nitrogen is similar to that of mice, responsiveness was lost at pressures... Full description

1st Person: Miller, K. W.
Additional Persons: Paton, W. D. M. verfasserin; Streett, W. B. verfasserin; Smith, E. B. verfasserin
Source: in Science Vol. 157, No. 3784 (1967), p. 97-98
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 1967
Keywords: research-article
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