M. Kabir Naimzada

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1. Rats receiving (+)-amphetamine (either 0.3 or 0.2 mg/kg, i.v.) are anorexic. Only the former dose increases their motor activity. Both doses fail to change dopamine (DM) and noradrenaline (NA) concentrations in striatum and teldiencephalon. The turnover rate of striatal DM is increased only by 0.3 mg/kg of (+)-amphetamine; neither dose changes NA(More)
The effects of some naturally occurring prostaglandins (PGs) (PGE2, PGA1, and PGF1alpha) has been studied in vitro on the hypogastric nerves vas deferens and seminal vesicle preparations of the guinea pig and compared with that of PGE1. It has been shown that, like PGE1, PGE2, PGA1, and PGF1alpha are capable to increase markedly the effects of the(More)
II 3', 5'-AMP dibutirrato (5 Ώg) iniettato nel ventricolo laterale del cervello di ratto, provoca una spiccata liberazione deH'ormone somatotropo soltanto in animali pretrattati con teofillina (50 mg/kg s.c). La teofillina per via s.c. (50 mg/kg) si dimostra inattiva, ma libera ormone somatotropo quando e iniettata per via endoventricolare (5 Ώg). Uno(More)
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