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SOME DETAILS OF THE INFLAMMATIONS CAUSED BY YEAST AND CARRAGEENIN (WITH APPENDIX ON KINETICS OF THE REACTION)
An improved assay method for inflammation in the rat’s foot is described. Bradykinin, histamine, serotonin, yeast and carrageenin were investigated. The kinetics of yeast-induced swelling wereExpand
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Influence of Hyaluronidase and Steroids on Permeability of Synovial Membrane
Summary and Conclusions 1. The permeability of the synovial membrane as measured by speed of absorption and excretion into the urine of phenolsulphonphthalein (PSP) instilled into the joint was foundExpand
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Heparin and Heparinocytes in Elephantiasis Scroti.
Summary and Conclusions Microscopic examination of a human scrotum amputated because of elephantiasis showed numerous heparinocytes around lymph and blood vessels. One hundred and twenty-six mg ofExpand
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Effects of Cortisone, Hyaluronidase, Desoxycorticosterone, and Artisone on Experimental Serum Disease in Rabbits
Conclusions Cortisone in doses of 4 mg twice daily depressed the Arthus reaction in the skin and completely prevented arteritis and carditis in 8 of 9 rabbits treated with horse serum. GlomerularExpand
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The effect of aluminum hydroxide gel (amphojel) and hydrated alumina powder on the intensity and duration of action of anticholinergic drugs.
1. The anticholinergic action of atropine sulfate, belladonna extract, Phenergan methiodide, Eumydrine, and Banthine against lacrimation due to Mecholyl was compared in rats following oralExpand
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Studies on the action of a synthetic heparinoid.
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Oxanilic acids, a new series of orally active antiallergic agents.
A large number of oxanilic acid esters and N-heteroaryl oxamic acid esters were prepared and found to have antiallergic activity using the rat passive cutaneous anaphylaxis (PCA) test. Many of theExpand
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Immunopharmacologic properties of WY-16,922, a new orally effective antiallergic agent.
In a series of tests designed to illustrate immune reactions similar to those obtained in atopic disease, Wy-16,922 effectively inhibited reaginic-mediated immunologic reactions in the skin, longsExpand
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