Lászlo Feuer

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BAPN-induced osteolathyrism in young and older male rats was examined for its responses to parathormone-free, gel-filtered bovine parathyroid extract (extract P) and to glutaurine (gamma-L-glutamyl-taurine), the latter being a hitherto unknown putative hormone isolated from bovine parathyroid and reproduced by synthesis. In case of the daily administration(More)
Litoralon (gamma-L-glutamyl-taurine), a newly discovered hormone of the parathyroid increases the involution of the explanted tail tip of Rana arvalis tadpoles in vitro, while it antagonizes significantly the similar effect of triiodothyronine. This finding, in accordance with the results of earlier in vivo experiments, implies a direct effect of Litoralon(More)
Interactions of acoustic and somatosensory evoked potentials were studied in the anterior suprasylvian gyrus of the cat. Two kinds of interaction could be observed: occlusion or facilitation. In most cases occlusion was observed. The interactions showed dynamic changes and were susceptible to different kinds of influences. After having determined the(More)
The protective efficacy of an orally administered bovine protein-free parathyroid extract (PF-PTE) was studied on rat bone marrow cells in vivo with the mitotic index after 850 R irradiation. A remarkable decrease was found in the mitotic activity of bone marrow cells after irradiation in the non-protected animals. However, in the animals treated with(More)
The radiation protective effects of glutaurine (gamma-L-glutamyl-taurine, Litoralon), and of some of its derivatives, as well as of their combinations with substances of the amino-alkyl-thiol group, have been investigated in mice. The results suggest that glutaurine possesses a radiation protective effect in animals irradiated with LD50/30 of roentgen rays(More)