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Binding of Antibiotics to Bovine and Ovine Serum
  • G. Ziv, F. Sulman
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy
  • 1 September 1972
The degree of binding of 37 antibiotics to bovine and ovine serum, after treatment at therapeutic doses, was determined by equilibrium dialysis and ultrafiltration methods. In general, binding valuesExpand
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The effects of negative air ions on various physiological functions during work in a hot environment
The effects of negative air-ions on human physical performance has been investigated. Twenty-one healthy males, 20–25 years old (X=23.6±2.6) were exposed to two 180-min rest and exercise sessions twoExpand
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Serum and milk concentrations of spectinomycin and tylosin in cows and ewes.
  • G. Ziv, F. Sulman
  • Medicine
  • American journal of veterinary research
  • 1 March 1973
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Analgesimetry and ranking of analgesic drugs by the receptacle method.
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Absence of harmful effects of protracted negative air ionisation
The absence of harmful effects of protracted negative air ionisation was studied in 5 weather-sensitive women and 5 normal men chosen at random. Negative ions were generated by the Modulion ofExpand
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The effect of light and darkness on nucleic acids and protein metabolism of the pineal gland.
Abstract Exposure of female rats to continuous light from the day of weaning — 21st day of age — for ten, twenty and thirty days caused a significant inhibition in their pineal RNA and proteinExpand
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The effect of pinealectomy on rat plasma corticosterone levels under various conditions of light.
Abstract The interrelationship between the pineal gland and adrenal cortex and possible role light may be playing in this connection has been studied by subjecting pinealectomized and controlExpand
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The effect of cholinergic drugs on paradoxical sleep in the rat.
Summary An attempt has been made to furnish additional evidence for the supporting role of a cholinergic mechanism in precipitating paradoxical sleep (PS). Both chlorpromazine and imipramine wereExpand
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