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Activity of certain enzymes and histomorphological changes in subacute intoxication of rats with selected organophosphates.
Dgenerative changes in the parenchymal organs developed independently on the route of poison administration and they included particularly the liver (atrophy of parenchyma) and myocardium (hyperaemia, extravasations, early necrotic changes of muscle fibres, nuclear pyknosis). Expand
Protective effect of some pyridinium salts on acetylcholinesterase against organophosphate inhibition.
The protective effect of ten new synthetized mono- and bis-pyridinium salts on acetylcholinesterase (AChE) against DFP, Chlorphenvinphos, DDVP, IPO 62 and IPO 63 inhibition in vitro and in mice i.p.Expand
[Comparison of effectiveness of endoscopic injection of autologous blood and conservative therapy in the treatment of bilateral primary vesicoureteral reflux].
The results of research proved that usefulness of intravesical autohemotherapy in the treatment of VUR was safe with a low quantity of complications and the efficacy of AHT in the elimination of bilateral high grade V UR was comparable to this reached after two years of conservative treatment. Expand
Acetylcholinesterase activity in several rat liver cell fractions after repeated poisoning with some organophosphates.
  • D. Gajewski
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Acta physiologica Polonica
  • 1 September 1980
The reported investigations were carried out on female Wistar rats aged about 6 weeks, weighing 150 g, given daily organophosphates in a dose of 1/10 LD50 subcutaneously and the activity of acetylcholinesterase (AChE) was determined by the biochemical method of Hestrin in liver homogenate and in the microsomal, mitochondrial and soluble fractions of liver cells. Expand
Antiesterase activity of chlorphenvinphos and phospholine in certain rat tissues after administration by different routes.
The reported investigations were carried out on female Wistar rats receiving chlorphenvinphos and phospholine in doses equalling 3/4 LD50 onto the skin and intragastrically and in three brain areas: pontomedullary area, hypothalamus and cerebral cortex. Expand
24pPSB-5 Sc_ U_xPd_3系のNMR IV
Effect of preceding physostigmine administration on neuromuscular transmission disturbances in rats caused by dichlorphos and phospholine.
It was found that physostigmine in a dose of 125 microgram/kg protected the tibialis muscle against the development of blockade of tetanic response and the protective effect was greatest when the time between physostogmine injection and the subsequent administration of these organophosphate inhibitors was 30--40 minutes. Expand