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The production by stress of gastric lesions in rats was inhibited by metiamide and by mepyramine. Lesions induced by indomethacin treatment were inhibited by mepyramine but not by metiamide. Those induced by aspirin treatment in pylorus-ligated rats were not affected by either antihistamine drug. Oral glutamine inhibited lesion production in all three(More)
The carrageenin-induced foot oedema in rats is considerably decreased by insulin pretreatment, but increased in alloxan diabetes. Maximum inhibition by insulin occurs in the early phase of the oedema reaction and the insulin action is even further increased when it is administered 30 min after carrageenin. Doses of insulin as low as 1 U/kg intravenously(More)