Asim Das Gupta

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The effect of various fractions of black tea [(Camellia Sinensis) (L) O. Kuntze (Theaceae)] on the function of mammalian skeletomotor apparatus was studied. The theaflavin fraction (Tfs) produced a concentration- dependent facilitation of indirect twitch responses of the rat phrenic nerve diaphragm preparation and the facilitation was dependent on the(More)
  • Raj Puspa, Guido Khanal, Douglas J Santini, Merrey, Hiroyuki Konuma, Thierry Facon +35 others
  • 2014
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The effect of substance P (sP) on mammalian skeletal myoneural transmission was studied employing innervated and denervated isolated rat diaphragm preparations. sP at a concentration of 3.7 nM facilitated the indirect twitch responses of the rat diaphragm and antagonised the paralytic effect of d-tubocurarine (d-Tc). sP failed to affect the direct twitch(More)
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