Krebs-Ringer solution

Krebs-Ring·er so·lu·tion

(krebz ring'ĕr),
a modification of Ringer solution.
[Sir Hans Adolph Krebs, Sydney Ringer]


Sir Hans Adolph, German biochemist in England and Nobel laureate, 1900-1981.
Krebs cycle - together with oxidative phosphorylation, the main source of energy in the mammalian body and the end toward which carbohydrate, fat, and protein metabolism are directed. Synonym(s): tricarboxylic acid cycle
Krebs-Henseleit cycle - the sequence of chemical reactions, occurring primarily in the liver, that results in the production of urea. Synonym(s): urea cycle
Krebs-Ringer solution - a modification of Ringer solution.


Sydney, English physiologist, 1835-1910.
Krebs-Ringer solution - see under Krebs, Sir Hans Adolph
lactated Ringer injection - used intravenously as a systemic alkalizer and a fluid and electrolyte replenisher.
lactated Ringer solution - a sterile solution of calcium chloride, potassium chloride, sodium chloride, and sodium lactate in water. Synonym(s): Hartmann solution
Locke-Ringer solution - see under Locke
Ringer injection - a sterile solution of sodium chloride, potassium chloride, and calcium chloride, used intravenously as a fluid and electrolyte replenisher.
Ringer solution - resembles the blood serum in its salt constituents.

Krebs-Ring·er so·lu·tion

(krebz ringĕr sŏ-lūshŭn)
Modification of Ringer solution.
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Thereafter, it was quickly placed in a Petri dish containing freshly prepared Krebs-Ringer solution bubbled with 100% oxygen.
0 cm segment of intestine was vertically placed in Krebs-Ringer solution filled organ bath (12 ml) maintained at 37 [+ or -] 1[degrees]C and continuously bubbled with 100% [O.
The tissue bath was filled with Krebs-Ringer solution at 37 [degrees]C, with the following composition (mM): NaCl 118.
In experiments carried out on slightly depolarised tissue, the Krebs-Ringer solution was modified in order to counterbalance the increased concentration of KC1 (30 mM) by an equal reduction of NaCl.
The rings were then mounted in four-channel organ baths filled with Krebs-Ringer solution (pH 7.
Aortic rings were placed in a Krebs-Ringer solution continuously gassed with 95% [O.
The Krebs-Ringer solution had the following composition (mM) NaCl, 137; KCl, 3.
Then, they were immediately placed in a Petri dish containing Krebs-Ringer solution bubbled with 100% oxygen.
We compared these actions to those observed when PCB 153 is dissolved in normal Krebs-Ringer solution and perfused on slices from control rats of the same age.
In brief, animals were euthanized by cervical dislocation, the brain quickly removed into ice-cold Krebs-Ringer solution [normally containing (in mM) NaCl, 125; KCl, 3.
2]) and collected in a wide-mouth bottle containing ice-cold (4-6[degrees]C) Krebs-Ringer solution.
The specimens were transferred to a Petri dish containing ice-cold (4-6[degrees]C) oxygenated Krebs-Ringer solution and thoroughly cleaned with freshly prepared cold Ringer solution.