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Effect of fish oil on blood pressure and serum lipids in hypertension and hyperlipidaemia.
We studied the antihypertensive and hypolipidaemic effects of fish oil containing eico-sapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid in a capsule preparation in patients with mild to moderate essentialExpand
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Effects of adrenaline, dopamine, serotonin, and different cholinergic agents on smooth muscle preparations from the ansa proximalis coli in cattle: studies in vitro.
The effects of adrenaline, dopamine, serotonin, and different cholinergic agents on isolated muscle strips from the ansa proximalis coli in cattle were studied. Adrenaline (5 x 10(-5) mol/l) evoked aExpand
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Attenuation of the low-density-lipoprotein-activated phosphoinositide signalling system by calcium blockers in human lymphocytes.
1. The capacity of low-density lipoprotein-cholesterol (40 micrograms/ml) to stimulate both the phosphoinositide cycle and the dislocation of the phospholipid- and calcium-dependent protein kinase CExpand
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Marsupialization of umbilical vein abscesses with involvement of the liver in 13 calves.
Omphalophlebitis with liver involvement was diagnosed by ultrasonography in 13 calves. In the initial surgical procedure, the infected umbilical vein was marsupialized by cranial translocation in aExpand
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Vasoconstriction: a novel activity for low density lipoprotein.
Low density lipoprotein plays an important role in the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis. Cumulative addition of 1-30 micrograms/ml of LDL from normolipidemic subjects produced a dose-dependentExpand
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Blood pressure self-measurement in normotensive and hypertensive patients.
In this study casual blood pressure was compared with home blood pressure measurement in 41 normotensive, 39 hypertensive and 21 borderline hypertensive subjects. The average casual readings for theExpand
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Acute effects of 10-minute exposure to hydrogen fluoride in rats and derivation of a short-term exposure limit for humans.
A series of acute inhalation exposures of female rats was conducted with hydrogen fluoride (HF) to establish a concentration-response curve for nonlethal exposures. Durations of 2 and 10 min wereExpand
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Comparison of staple and suture techniques for partial typhlectomy in the cow: a prospective clinical study of 40 cases.
Two techniques for partial typhlectomy were evaluated on 20 cows each suffering from dilatation/torsion of the cecum. In a preliminary study on two cows the suitability of a stainless steel stapleExpand
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Fish oil affects phosphoinositide turnover and thromboxane A metabolism in cultured vascular muscle cells.
Fish oil has been reported as having beneficial effects on cardiovascular diseases. Elevated serum lipoproteins, prostaglandins and intracellular free calcium concentrations [( Ca2+]i) of theExpand
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Comparison of staple and Gambee techniques for enterotomy closure in the normal bovine jejunum.
Two suturing techniques for closure of jejunal enterotomies--the stapling and the Gambee technique--were compared in 7 bulls. Stapling was less time consuming (P less than 0.0001) and reduced theExpand
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