Brunn reaction

Brunn re·ac·tion

(brūn),
the increased absorption of water through the skin of the frog when the animal is injected with pituitrin and immersed in water; one of the physiologic reactions used to study and classify posterior pituitary polypeptides and their analogues.
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Brunn,

Fritz, 20th century Czech physician.
Brunn reaction - the increased absorption of water through the skin of a frog when the animal is injected with pituitrin and immersed in water.
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