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A possible role for the adenylcyclase system in insulin secretion.
- W. Malaisse, F. Malaisse-Lagae, D. Mayhew
- Biology, Medicine
- The Journal of clinical investigation
- 1 November 1967
A possible role for adenylcyclase in insulin secretion was investigated. Isoproterenol, a predominantly beta-adrenergic agent, when mixed with an alpha-adrenergic blocking agent (phenoxybenzamine),… Expand
Regulation of insulin secretion.
Effects of sulfonylureas upon insulin secretion by the rat's pancreas
- W. Malaisse, Francine Malaisse Lagae, D. Mayhew, P. Wright, J. Butterfield, W. V. Westering
Sulfamylurea hypoglycemic agents. 6. High-potency derivatives.
- R. Sarges, D. E. Kuhla, H. E. Wiedermann, D. Mayhew
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of medicinal chemistry
- 1 May 1976
Synthetic methods for a series of novel sulfamylurea derivatives have been developed. The hypoglycemic activity of simple 1-piperidinosulfonylureas is greatly enhanced by attaching an acylaminoethyl… Expand
A study of factors affecting renal bicarbonate reabsorption.
The influence of cholinomimetics upon insulin secretion.
Hormonal regulation of insulin secretion
SULFAMYLUREA HYPOGLYCEMIC AGENTS. 6. HIGH-POTENCY DERIVATIVES