B M Kogan

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Dopamine content of blood, activity of adenylate- and guanylate cyclases in platelets and lymphocytes, catechol-O-methyltransferase in erythrocytes, dopamine-beta-hydroxylase in blood plasma, monoamine oxidase in platelets, cAMP and cGMP content of blood, and the intensity of 3H-DA uptake by platelets have been investigated in alcoholic patients at(More)
Basal activities of adenylate cyclase and guanylate cyclase were determined in lymphocytes and platelets of alcoholics with different severity of alcoholic withdrawal syndrome. Compared to controls, significant changes were found in the basal activities of adenylate and guanylate cyclase in all groups of patients. Adenylate cyclase activity in lymphocytes(More)
The content of catecholamines and their metabolites in the brain and the relationship between cerebral catecholamine levels and their urinary excretion were studied in rats with 6-OHDA-induced hemiparkinsonism. 6-OHDA reduced brain concentrations of dopamine, DOPAC, and homovanilic acid and urinary excretion of dopamine, dioxyphenilalanine, and DOPAC by(More)
42 persons which commited crime sexual actions were examined in terms of clinical and neurochemical investigations. The sexual behaviours of 31 patients from this group were associated with sexual inclination pathology--with paraphilia. The patients were divided into 2 groups namely with compulsive form of paraphilia (13 individuals) and without compulsive(More)
Catecholamine metabolism was evaluated by daily urine excretion in patients with Parkinson's disease of tremor (18 patients) and rigid (14 patients) types. The group included 16 untreated patients. According to urine analysis, most informative peripheral markers for dopamine metabolism proved to be DOPA excretion, 3,4-dioxyphenylacidic acid (DOPAA) level(More)