Hamburger law

Ham·bur·ger law

(hahm'būr-ger law)
Albumins and phosphates pass from red corpuscles to serum and chlorides pass from serum to cells when blood is acid; the reverse occurs when blood is alkaline.

Hamburger,

Hartog J., Dutch physiologist, 1859-1924.
Hamburger law - albumins and phosphates pass from red corpuscles to serum, and chlorides pass from serum to cells when blood is acid; the reverse occurs when blood is alkaline.
Hamburger phenomenon - movement of chloride from plasma to erythrocyte interior, or vice versa. Synonym(s): chloride shift
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