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EFFECTS OF CARBOHYDRATES ON SECRETION OF INSULIN FROM ISOLATED RAT PANCREAS.
- G. Grodsky, A. Batts, L. Bennett, C. Vcella, N. Mcwilliams, D. Smith
- Biology, MedicineThe American journal of physiology
- 1 October 1963
The effect of carbohydrates on the secretion of immunochemically measurable insulin was studied in an isolated perfused pancreatic preparation from the rat. Degradation of circulating insulin (as m...
Enhanced protection from renal ischemia-reperfusion [correction of ischemia:reperfusion] injury with A(2A)-adenosine receptor activation and PDE 4 inhibition.
- M. Okusa, J. Linden, L. Huang, D. Rosin, D. Smith, G. Sullivan
- Biology, MedicineKidney international
The combined infusion of ATL-146e and rolipram leads to enhanced renal tissue protection from ischemia-reperfusion by mechanisms that may include reduced neutrophil adherence/recruitment and release of reactive oxygen species.
5-HT1A receptors in lithium-induced conditioned taste aversion
Findings support the notion that lithium has antagonistic actions on 5-HT1A receptors, and mechanisms other than those governed solely by 5- HT are also involved in lithium-induced CTA.
Optimal perfusion rate determined for in situ intestinal absorption studies in rats.
These studies demonstrate that an optimal flow rate exists for minimizing the variability in in situ absorption studies, and the dependency of the absorption clearance on the intestinal perfusion rate appears to conform to the convective diffusion model.
Serum tryptophan levels in alcoholics.
Sweating responses in the horse
There is little evidence to favour the view that the sweat glands in the horse normally respond to, or are provided with the necessary innervation for, the action of nerves, sympathetic or otherwise, but strong evidence that theyNormally respond to an increase in the amount of adrenaline in the blood, or to increased blood supply.
Role of oropharyngeal factors in LiCl aversion.
Central effects of lithium in rats: lithium levels, body weight and water intake.
The results suggest that administration of lithium by minipumps may be of use to study central actions of lithium and body weight loss and enhanced water intake occurred in groups given oral lithium treatment as well as in those given lithium via minipump.
Role of LiCl and environmental stimuli on generalized learned aversion to NaCl in the rat.
These results demonstrate that external stimuli, such as lighting conditions, and internal stimuli,such as those arising from a physiological need for either sodium or water or both, can influence the acquired fluid preference behavior of rats.
Tranylcypromine stereoisomers, monoaminergic neurotransmission and behavior. A minireview.
- D. Smith
- Psychology, BiologyPharmakopsychiatrie, Neuro-Psychopharmakologie
- 1 May 1980
It is concluded that tranylcypromine stereoisomers have stereoselective effects on behavior and monoaminergic neurotransmission and the implications for the notion that the antidepressant effects of tranyl Cypromine are due to inhibition of MAO are briefly discussed.