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Effect of Hersaponin and Acorus oil on Noradrenaline and 5‐Hydroxytryptamine Content of Rat Brain
- C. Malhotra, K. Prasad, N. S. Dhalla, P. Das
- The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology
- 1 September 1961
Sm,-The neuro-pharmacological actions of hersaponin, the active principle from Herpestis nzonnieru, Linn, have been reported earlier (Malhotra and Das, 1959 ; Malhotra, Das and Dhalla, 1960). The… Expand
THE EFFECT OF INTRA(CEREBRO)VENTRICULAR RESERPINE ON THE ACETYLCHOLINE CONTENT OF THE HEART, ILEUM AND HYPOTHALAMUS OF THE DOG.
The effect of injection of reserpine into the cerebral ventricles on the acetylcholine contents of the sino-atrial node, ileum and hypothalamus of the dog was studied in ten dogs. Another group of… Expand
Studies on Withania ashwagandha, Kaul. IV. The effect of total alkaloids on the smooth muscles.
CARDIOTONIC ACTIVITY OF ASHWAGANDHINE AND ASHWAGANDHININE, TWO ALKALOIDS FROM WITHANIA ASHWAGANDHA, KAUL.
Effect of chlorpromazine and reserpine on the catechol amine content of different areas of the central nervous system of the dog.
- C. Malhotra, K. Prasad
- Chemistry, Medicine
- British journal of pharmacology and chemotherapy
- 1 June 1962
The effects of chlorpromazine and reserpine on the noradrenaline and adrenaline contents of the frontal cortex, the hypothalamus, the hippocampus and the midbrain were studied in the dog. In control… Expand
STUDIES ON WITHANJA ASHWAGANDHA, KAUL, (PART IV) THE EFFECT OF TOTAL ALKALOIDS ON THE SMOOTH MUSCLES·
The pharmacological actions of the total extract of the roots of Withania ashwagandha were reported by Malhotra, Das and Dhalla (3, 4). It was found to have sedative effect in different species of… Expand
Source of adrenaline and noradrenaline in the frog’s heart on stimulation of the sympathetic nerves
Summary1. Frog’s heart (Rana tigrina) contains more noradrenaline than adrenaline.2. Spontaneously beating frog’s heart releases adrenaline and noradrenaline.3. Stimulation of the sympathetic nerves… Expand