D Krizsán

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The development of the obesity-associated hyperglycemic syndrome in ob/ob mice, genetically determined, was observed over time by a combined functional and structural study of pancreatic islets. Islet areas increased with advancing age in ob/ob mice from 2 times at 1 month to 30 times at 6 months of age the size of lean mouse islets. Islet areas apparently(More)
Obese rats maintained on a high-fat diet since weaning were studied to determine whether parasympathetic deficiencies contribute to the cardiovascular malfunction in obesity. Elevations in tail-cuff systolic pressures and plasma insulin indicated that obese rats had borderline hypertension and hyperinsulinemia. Reflex bradycardia produced by angiotensin or(More)
C-6 derivatives--hydrazones, phenylhydrazones, dinitrophenylhydrazones, oximes and semicarbazones--of morphinane-6-ones were synthesized and their binding characteristics were studied on rat brain membranes. The dihydromorphinone and oxymorphone derivatives compete for the (3H)naloxone binding sites with high affinity, while the dihydrocodeinone and(More)
Cardiovascular dysfunction associated with obesity was assessed by comparing rats that had been maintained on a regular or high fat diet since weaning. Rats on the high fat diet not only gained weight faster than age-matched controls but also had higher systolic and mean pressures. Development of mild hypertension in obese rats was first detected by(More)
To determine whether obesity alters responsiveness to vasoactive drugs, we compared the cardiovascular effects of angiotensin, phenylephrine and isoproterenol in unanesthetized age-matched control and obese Oscai rats. Obesity was induced by programming pups to overeat immediately after birth and then feeding them a high-fat diet thereafter. Elevations in(More)
To study how baroreflex regulation changes with age we compared reflex heart rate responses elicited in awake Fischer 344 rats of different ages during intravenous infusions of phenylephrine or sodium nitroprusside. Underlying neural mechanisms were assessed by repeating baroreflex tests following cholinergic blockade with methylatropine or beta-adrenergic(More)
Trazium esilate (EGYT-3615) is structurally an as-triazino isoquinolinium salt which showed considerable activity in pharmacological tests characteristic for antidepressants (antagonism of tetrabenazine, potentiation of yohimbine, behavioral despair). The compound exhibited minimal sedative effect. Some findings suggest that it influences the central(More)
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