F I Vismont

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CCl4-induced toxic damage to the liver in rats and rabbits is accompanied by inhibition of detoxifying functions of the liver and a decrease in plasma alpha1-antitrypsin content and core body temperature. Injection of pyrogenal stimulated detoxifying functions of the liver, elevated alpha1-antitrypsin content in the blood, and increased body temperature.(More)
The influence of intraventricular and intravenous administration of trypsin inhibitor (from soya-bean) on the body temperature was studied in experiments on unanesthetized rats and rabbits. It was established that the substance provoked a steady and prolonged hyperthermia in rats and rabbits, attenuated by pre-administration of sodium salicylate.(More)
It was established in experiments on unanesthetized rats given intraventricular injections of drugs that hyperthermic effect of prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) was markedly weakened by administering clofelin while isoproterenol had no appreciable effect on PGE2 effects were not prevented by noradrenaline, 5-hydroxytryptamine, phenoxybenzamine, propranolol, deseril,(More)
It has been demonstrated in rat experiments that the central action of PGE2 results in body temperature rise associated with a reduction in the functional activity of hypothalamic adrenergic systems. In contrast to PGE2 and the beta-adrenomimetic isoproterenol, the alpha-adrenomimetics noradrenaline, mezaton and clonidine were shown to lower body(More)
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