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[Receptors mediating serotonin-stimulating liver regeneration in mice].
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Rose-root stonecrop (Rhodiola rosea L.)
  • A. Saratikov
  • Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal
  • 1 April 1977
Rose-root stonecrop (Rhodiola rosea L.) is a perennial grassy plant of the family Crassulaceae. The root system consists of a branching rhizome and sparse roots. The rhizome is well developed andExpand
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Synthesis and antiviral activity of antipyrine derivatives
These compounds were devoid of cytotoxic effects in cell culture and chick embryos in concentrations up to i000 Dg/ml with the exception of (XXV), the maximum tolerated dose (MTD) of which was i00Expand
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Maksar: A preparation based on Amur maackia
In recent years, specialists of the Pacific-Ocean Instituteof Bioorganic Chemistry (Vladivostok) have performed anextensive search for natural antioxidants among medicinalplants of Far-Eastern flora.Expand
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Investigation of receptors mediating serotonin stimulation of mouse liver regeneration
The aim of the present investigation was to discover optimal conditions for the proliferative effect of serotonin on the regenerating liver and to analyze the role of serotonin receptors in thisExpand
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[Hepatoprotector properties of polyphenolic complexes from wood and cell culture of Maackia amurensis].
Polyphenolic complexes (PPCs) extracted from core wood and cell culture of Maackia amurensis decrease the acute toxicity of tetrachloromethane, suppress the necrosis of hepatocytes and the cellularExpand
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[Effect of substances altering the metabolism of endogenous serotonin on mitotic activity in the regenerating liver of mice].
The serotonin (S) precursor 5-hydroxytryptophan and MAO inhibitor o-chlorpargyline injected alone or combined increase the endogenous S level in the regenerating liver and stimulate mitotic activity.Expand
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Relationship between rheological and hemodynamic changes in rats with crush syndrome
Narcotized rats with crush syndrome develop severe syndrome of increased blood viscosity. A strict correlation was found between changes in blood viscosity at different shear rates and totalExpand
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Experimental models of Reye's syndrome
Intraperitoneal administration of 4-pentenoic acid (20 mg/kg/day for seven days or ten doses of 50 mg/kg with 4 h intervals) or acetylsalicylic acid (50 mg/kg 1 hour after single pyrogenal injection)Expand
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[Enteric sorbents potentiate hepatoprotective effect of eplir in experimental toxic hepatitis].
The administration of eplir (a phospholipid-containing hepatoprotector), as well as of the enterosorbents polyphepan and EST-1 (an agent obtained from dry peat extract), to rats withExpand
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