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Cerebral energy metabolism was investigated in rats with the unilateral brain injury produced by the combination of left carotid artery ligation and systemic exposure to hypoxia. ATP and phosphocreatine levels in the left hemisphere were progressively reduced after the hypoxic-ischemic insult. The reduction of high-energy phosphate levels was accompained by(More)
Antiplatelet and antithrombotic effects of OP-41483, a PGl2 analog, were studied in experimental animals, and the following results were obtained: 1) With 10 min-intravenous infusion to guinea pigs, OP-41483 inhibited platelet adhesiveness and platelet aggregation at 300-1000 ng/kg/min and 1000 ng/kg/min, respectively. In these effects, OP-41483 was 1-3(More)
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