E Theodorson

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The distribution of galanin-like immunoreactivity (GAL-LI) in the spinal cord of the cat was studied by use of indirect histochemistry and the peroxidase-antiperoxidase (PAP) technique. In the ventral horn GAL-immunoreactive (IR) axonal fibers and terminals were most frequent in the ventral part of the motor nucleus. The GAL-IR axons also contained(More)
The possible involvement of tachykinins in the nervous reflex activated by exposing the intestinal mucosa to cholera toxin was investigated in cats and rats. Three types of experiments were performed. In cats the release of tachykinins into blood was followed after placing cholera toxin in the intestinal lumen. In rat experiments a tachykinin receptor(More)
Delayed detection of ischemia is one of the most feared postoperative complications. Early detection of impaired blood flow and close monitoring of the organ-specific metabolic status may therefore be critical for the surgical outcome. Urea clearance is a new technique for continuous monitoring of alterations in blood flow and metabolic markers with(More)
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