Experiments were staged on cats to analyze the mechanism of hyperenzymemia in ischemic injury of the organ. A study was made of the effect produced by temporary arrest of renal circulation on the content of transaminase, aldolase, alkaline phosphtase and copper-oxidase in the arterial and venous (flowing from the kidney) blood. As established, hyperenzymemia following a 6-hour renal ischemia may be caused by the passing of enzymes into the blood from other organs, as well as by "washing out" of some enzymes from the ischemic kidney.
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