M . E . Filbert

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The effects of the carbamate anticholinesterases neostigmine and pyridostigmine on the kinetics of desensitization of responses of isolated, voltage-clamped Aplysia neurons to microperfused acetylcholine (ACh) was examined. The peak ACh-induced current was potentiated at low carbamate doses and antagonized at higher doses (greater than 10(-5) M);(More)
Pretreatment of mice with atropine (17.4 mg/kg) + NaF (5 or 15 mg/kg) had a significant antidotal effect over atropine alone against the lethality produced by soman and sarin. Atropine + NaF (15 mg/kg) was effective against tabun, whereas the lower dose of NaF was not. An effect of NaF on organophosphate inhibited acetylcholinesterase could not account for(More)
Brine and marinade solutions injected into raw beef and poultry products have increasingly become a food safety concern due to continuous injection and recycling of the solution, allowing for a significant microbial increase. This results in several food safety issues including transfer of microorganisms into the sterile muscle of the products and(More)
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