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Chemical studies on memory fixation in goldfish.
EFFECTS OF PUROMYCIN, ACETOXYCYCLOHEXIMIDE AND ACTINOMYCIN D ON PROTEIN SYNTHESIS IN GOLDFISH BRAIN *
The present studies report the effects of these compounds as well as actinomycin D on the incorporation of [3H]leucine into goldfish brain protein.
Total population density of crustacea and aquatic insecta as an indicator of fenthion pollution of river water
- L. P. Dyk, C. G. Greeff, J. Brink
- Environmental ScienceBulletin of environmental contamination and…
- 1 October 1975
The total population density was proved to be a sensitive indicator of fenthion pollution and can be used when no analytical facilities are available and an inexpensive method compared to the use of sophisticated collection samplers or resins.
Magnesium pemoline: facilitation of maze learning when administered in pure dimethylsulfoxide.
METABOLIC EFFECTS OF 9-D-ARABINOSYLPURINES IN ASCITES TUMOR CELLS.
Spongoadenosine (9-β-d-arabinofuranosyladenine) was found to inhibit the growth of TA3 and 6C3HED ascites tumors and markedly reduced the incorporation of C14-labeled adenine, guanine, orotic acid, and glycine into the nucleic acids.
Pemoline Levels in Brain: Enhancement by Dimethyl Sulfoxide
Pemoline-C14 dissolved in dimethyl sulfoxide and injected intraperitoneally into rats was found in larger amounts in the brain than was a similar dose given in 0.3 percent tragacanth suspension. This…
Dimethyl sulfoxide: breakdown of blood-brain barrier?
Central Nervous System: Recovery of Function
- D. Stein, J. Rosen, Joseph Graziadet, David Mishkin, J. Brink
- Psychology, BiologyScience
- 24 October 1969
Rats with one- or two-stage lesions in the hippocampus, anzygdala, or frontal cortex were tested on a variety of tasks and showed impaired performance as judged by performance on all problems, while aninmals with two- stage lesionis were not.
Memory fixation in the goldfish.
- B. Agranoff, R. Davis, J. Brink
- BiologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1 September 1965
Evidence is found which suggests that puronycin specifically disrupts the fixation of memory in goldfish brain produced by intracranial injectiolns of different amounts of puromycin at different times after training.
METABOLISM AND DISTRIBUTION OF 9-BETA-D-ARABINOFURANOSYLADENINE IN MOUSE TISSUES.
It was demonstrated by use of ara-A-C14 that this compound was incorporated into the acid-soluble nucleotides and RNA of liver and not in the major organs or blood of normal mice, although deamination occurred rapidly.