Hasan S Amri

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Glucuronidation of 4-nitrophenol, nopol (a monoterpenoid alcohol) and bilirubin, which in the rat, are catalyzed by three different enzymes, has been examined in liver biopsies from patients with various liver diseases, in particular cholestasis. These different activities were not correlated, which strongly suggests that at least three independently(More)
The forced swim animal model is a common behavioral test for assessing depression in rodents and testing the efficiency of anti-depressants drugs. As originally developed by Porsolt in 1977, a rat is forced to swim for 15 minutes in a narrow cylinder from which there is no escape. After an initial struggle the rat becomes immobile, that is, it floats while(More)
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