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Impairment and restoration of rat urinary bladder responsiveness following distension.
Micturition and bladder responsiveness in vitro were impaired in rats fed isotonic sucrose, afflicted with diabetes mellitus or diabetes insipidus. Their urinary output which was seven times control,Expand
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Motor responses of the urinary bladder and skeletal muscle in Botulinum intoxicated rats
  • F. Carpenter
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of physiology
  • 1967
1. Type A or type D botulinum toxin administered to rats did not produce a generalized paralysis of skeletal muscles at the time of ventilatory arrest. However, if survival was extended by artificialExpand
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Anesthetic action of inert and unreactive gases on intact animals and isolated tissues.
  • F. Carpenter
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The American journal of physiology
  • 1 September 1954
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Sucrose loss in the manufacture of cane sugar.
The loss of recoverable sucrose in sugarcane harvesting, raw sugar. manufacture and sugar refining is a serious economic problem to the entire sugar industry. Chemical and microbial destruction ofExpand
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The motor innervation of the rat urinary bladder
1. The post‐ganglionic nerves visible in silver‐impregnated sections of a normal rat bladder were absent 14 days after both pelvic ganglia had been ablated. After ablation of one ganglion theExpand
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Depressant action of inert gases on the central nervous system in mice.
  • F. Carpenter
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The American journal of physiology
  • 31 January 1953
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Alteration in mammalian nerve metabolism by soluble and gaseous anesthetics.
  • F. Carpenter
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The American journal of physiology
  • 30 November 1956
A variety of anesthetics (chloretone, phenobarbital, cyclopropane, nitrous oxide and xenon) in sufficient quantities will reversibly abolish excitation and conduction in isolated rat sciatic nerve.Expand
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MORPHINE DEPRESSION AND TOLERANCE OF NERVE‐INDUCED PAROTID SECRETION
1 The nerve‐induced secretion produced by the rat parotid gland is proportional to the frequency of stimulation. Morphine decreased the flow rate during stimulation at 2.5 and 5 Hz, but not at 20 Hz.Expand
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Glass spheres for the measurement of the effective opening of testing sieves
It is shown t hat t l:e "effective" opening of. testin g sieves is generally somewhat la rge r than. t he average opel1ln g. or the n?nunal opellin g. A method of measuri ng t he effective opemng byExpand
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