B R Hollinger

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The effects of hypoglycemia on regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) were studied in awake restrained rats. The rats were divided into three groups consisting of a normoglycemic control group that received only saline, a hypoglycemic group A, which was given insulin 30 min before flow was measured, and a hypoglycemic group B, which was given insulin 90 and 30(More)
We tested the hypothesis that beta-adrenergic receptor stimulation is involved with the increase in regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) during hypoglycemia. Rats were surgically prepared with the use of halothane-nitrous oxide anesthesia. A plaster restraining cast was placed around the hindquarters, and anesthesia was discontinued. Hypoglycemia was(More)
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