Kh. S. Ragimov

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3. M . F . Mineeva-Vyalykh and K. S. Raevski i , Byull. l~ksp. Biol. Med., No. 4, 434 (1976). 4. J . T . Coyle, Biochem. Pha rmaco l . , 211, 1935 (1972). 5. T. Nagatsu, M. Levit t , and S. Udenfriend, Anal. Biochem., 9, 122 (1964). 6. O . H . Lowry, N. J . Rosebrough, A. L. F a r r , et al . , J . Biol. Chem., 193, 265 (1951). 7. S . E . OTCoanor and B. A.(More)
Met- and leu-enkephalines have a two-phase influence on the brain blood supply: initial short-term blood flow increase is replaced by the decrease of cerebral blood flow. Enkephalines are established to possess a pronounced depressive influence on neurogenic spasms of cerebral vessels and somatosympathetic and vasomotor reflex both under systemic(More)
The writers showed previously that thyrotrophin releasing hormone (TRH) significantly increases the cerebral circulation in intact animals and in hemorrhagic shock [3]. Analysis of the mechanism of action of TRH on the blood supply to the brain and on arterial pressure (BP) has revealed the importance of adrenergic structures of blood vessels in the(More)
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