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ACTIVITY OF SINGLE NEURONS IN THE HYPOTHALAMIC FEEDING CENTERS: EFFECT OF GLUCOSE.
- B. Anand, G. S. Chhina, K. Sharma, S. Dua, B. Singh
- Biology, Medicine
- The American journal of physiology
- 1 November 1964
Unit activity from neurons of hypothalamic feeding and satiety mechanisms, and from adjacent hypothalamic regions was recorded in anesthetized dogs with surgically exposed hypothalamus, and in Flax...
Effect of dehydration and a few regimes of rehydration on human performance.
The present study was prompted by the controversy about the effect of heat-induced dehydration on human performance, and the popular Indian belief that it is not advisable to take water immediately… Expand
Cross-cultural differences in simple taste preferences
- H. Moskowitz, V. Kumaraiah, K. Sharma, H. Jacobs, S. Sharma
- Psychology, Medicine
- 19 December 1975
A population of Indian laborers who show high preferences for sour and bitter tastes has been studied. Their judgments of taste intensity and pleasantness of sweet and salty stimuli are in accord… Expand
Cation-Controlled Enantioselective and Diastereoselective Synthesis of Indolines: An Autoinductive Phase-Transfer Initiated 5-endo-trig Process.
- K. Sharma, Jamie R. Wolstenhulme, +5 authors M. Smith
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of the American Chemical Society
- 1 October 2015
A catalytic enantioselective approach to the synthesis of indolines bearing two asymmetric centers, one of which is all-carbon and quaternary, is described. This reaction proceeds with high levels of… Expand
Phytodentistry: use of medicinal plants
- K. Hotwani, Sudhindra Baliga, K. Sharma
- Journal of complementary & integrative medicine
- 1 December 2014
Abstract Finding healing powers in plants is an ancient idea. Herbs have been used as a traditional form of medicine since time immemorial. The natural products derived from medicinal plants have… Expand
Suspected cutaneous actinobacillosis in camels.
Relation of PTC responses and secretor status to blood groups.
- S. Bhatia, K. Sharma, O. P. Tandon, S. Singh
- Indian journal of physiology and pharmacology
- 1 October 1979
Blood groups (ABO, Rh-including sub-types M-N, Duffy), secretor status and ability to taste Phenylthiocarbamide (PTC) were investigated in 102 medical students of Delhi University, and the… Expand
Taste impairment for glucose in diabetic PTC tasters and non-tasters.
Effect of high blood glucose levels in diabetes mellitus was studied on gustatory responses to glucose in PTC tasters and non-tasters, before and after the ingestion of a glucose solution. After a… Expand
Effect of third ventricular injection of beta-endorphin on the electrophysiological responses of some regions of endocrine hypothalamus.
Multiunit activity (MUA) of arcuate nucleus and cortical EEG were recorded in the regularly cycling female rats on the day of proestrous under urethane anaesthesia. The MUA was compared before and… Expand
Determinants of Psychological Well-being among Retirees
Retirement is considered as a major transition and a source of stress in a retiree’s life. The present study aimed at investigating the influence of psychosocial factors, leisure time activities,… Expand