Gowdahalli N. Subba Rao

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Of 34 canine liver allograft recipients, 17 in the control group survived for 6.9 +/- 1.5 days. Six recipients, group 3, were given 780 milligrams per kilogram of body weight polyspecific semisoluble antigen prepared from 20 spleens together with 10 milligrams per kilogram of body weigth prednisolone on days 15, 8 and 1 before transplantation. The mean(More)
Chemical enhancers and vehicles were tested for their ability to improve the percutaneous absorption of leuprolide, a nonapeptide (luteinizing hormone releasing hormone analogue; MW 1209.4). In vitro permeabilities in nude mouse, snake, and cadaver skin were evaluated in either Franz diffusion cells or a Bronaugh flow-through system using an HPLC assay.(More)
In the Indian buffalo (Bubalus bubalis), the gross anatomical and neurohistological aspects of the tongue, its tunics and various lingual papillae have been studied. The observations indicate that the widest part of the tongue is also the thickest. The papillae encountered therein include filiform (four sub-types), fungiform and circumvallate papillae.(More)
The effect of in utero exposure to cocaine on the developmental pattern of acetylcholinesterase (AChE), a major regulator of the central nervous system neurotransmitter acetylcholine, was studied in fetal brain cell cultures collected from mice on gestational day 15 after maternal exposure to cocaine from gestational days 6-14. A significant decrease in(More)
The root attachment lengths were consistently greater in the cranial cervical (C3), midthoracic (T7), caudal lumbar (L5) and cranial sacral (S1) cord segment levels than the corresponding caudal cervical, caudal thoracic, cranial lumbar and caudal sacral levels respectively. As to the root emergence length the greatest values were obtained bilaterally at(More)
The anatomy of the spinal cord segments was studied and recorded for the impala. The root attachment lengths were greatest at C3, T10 and L3 cord segment levels in the respective regions. As to the root emergence length the greatest lengths were observed at C7, T10, L5 and S1 cord segment levels respectively. The interroot interval was longest at C2, T8 and(More)
In the buffalo the carotid body is located in the periarterial connective tissue of the occipital artery immediately cranial to the bifurcation of the common carotid artery. The carotid body is lobulated and does not appear to contain chromaffin tissue. Nerve terminals have been seen in close relation to the glomus cells. A quantitative study of the fibre(More)
The optic tract of the buffalo was found to begin from the posterolateral angle of the chiasma, from where it extended laterally for about 8 mm. Each tract was round in its initial portion, but was flattened subsequently. In its course to the corpus geniculatum laterale (CGL), it swept round the homolateral cerebral peduncle. The tract fibres entered the(More)