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Effect of infusing selected chemical compounds on dentinal fluid movement in the rat.

Intra-arterial infusion of carbamyl phosphate or of carbamyl-DL-aspartic acid into rats on a cariogenic diet greatly stimulated the movement of fluid through the odontoblastic processes. The infusion of sodium cyanate also stimulated fluid movement. Guanidine HCL and L-asparagine were active at higher concentrations. Purifying the urea on a mixed-bed ion exchange resin virtually removed its stimulatory effect on dentinal fluid movement. The action of urea is apparently attributable to contamination with sodium cyanate.[1]


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