Ringer buffer???

Anthony J. Murray tmurray at nyc.pipeline.com
Fri Jun 7 08:01:08 EST 1996


Try: 
Ringer, S. "Concerning the Influence Exerted by each of the Constituents of
the Blood on the Contraction of the Ventricle" J. Physiol. 3:380,
1880-1882. 
 
Seriously though, "Handbook of Biochemistry" would be a good start. Frog
heart ringer is: 
0.6%NaCl, 0.0075%KCl, 0.01CaCl2, 0.01%NaHCO3 (anhydrous weight). Mammalian
solutions usually have some extra goodies such as dextrose, PO4, Mg ..... 
Good luck 
 
On Jun 06, 1996 09:32:10 in article <Ringer buffer???>, 'msz at bmc.uu.se
(Michael Szardenings)' wrote: 
 
 
>Hi, 
>is there any 'old fashioned' biochemist out there who knows what the
Ringer  
>buffer may be. Our idea was some tris buffered saline, but we do not have
a  
>real description. 
>Thanks		Michael 
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