Dr. C. W. Cooper

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Earlier work by others has shown that the catecholamines, epinephrine and isoproterenol, can raise blood calcium levels in parathyroidectomized but not intact rats, and can restrict the hypocalcemic effect of injected thyrocalcitonin (TCT). The present findings support this earlier work, further showing that such catecholamines can produce hypercalcemia in(More)
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