• Publications
  • Influence
[Experimental study].
[Collective memory].
  • H. Laborit
  • Medicine
  • Agressologie: revue internationale de physio…
  • 1979
Archivists have increasingly contemplated their roles and those of their institutions in social memory and the place of their scholarship in the broader memory studies movement. What are the uses ofExpand
Oxygen free radicals, melatonin, and aging
The recognized peripheral and central biochemical, neuroendocrinological, behavioral, pharmacological, and clinical actions of melatonin are involved at different levels of an overall concept of theExpand
SODIUM 4-HYDROXYBUTYRATE.
  • H. Laborit
  • Medicine
  • International journal of neuropharmacology
  • 1 September 1964
Abstract The author presents a general review of the pharmacology of sodium 4-hydroxybutyrate, the principal elements of which are: (a) very low toxicity, and metabolic application; (b) the hypnoticExpand
Antioxidant activity of melatonin in mice.
Melatonin (in gum tragacanth as solvent) was administered to mice in the dose range of 100 to 450 mg/kg intraperitoneally. It prevented the increase in plasma glucose resulting from pancreaticExpand
[Cardiovascular dynamics].
  • H. Laborit
  • Medicine
  • Revue international des services de sante des…
  • 1959
Anxiolytic activity of melatonin in mice: involvement of benzodiazepine receptors.
The anxiolytic properties of melatonin are revealed by two behavioral studies. In a free exploratory situation, the holeboard test, melatonin decreased head-dip performance. In an unconditionedExpand
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