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Endothelin receptor subtypes and their role in transmembrane signaling mechanisms.
- M. Sokolovsky
- Biology, ChemistryPharmacology & therapeutics
Sarafotoxin, a novel vasoconstrictor peptide: phosphoinositide hydrolysis in rat heart and brain.
- Y. Kloog, I. Ambar, M. Sokolovsky, E. Kochva, Z. Wollberg, A. Bdolah
- Biology, ChemistryScience
- 14 October 1988
Sarafotoxins, a group of 21-residue cardiotoxic peptides from snake venom that induce coronary vasoconstriction, show high-affinity binding to rat atrial and brain membranes and activate the…
Tetranitromethane. A reagent for the nitration of tyrosyl residues in proteins.
Conversion of 3-nitrotyrosine to 3-aminotyrosine in peptides and proteins.
Nonpsychotropic cannabinoid acts as a functional N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor blocker.
- J. Feigenbaum, F. Bergmann, M. Sokolovsky
- Biology, ChemistryProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences…
- 1 December 1989
Binding studies using the enantiomers of the synthetic cannabinoid 7-hydroxy-delta 6-tetrahydrocannabinol 1,1-dimethylheptyl homolog in preparations of rat brain cortical membranes reveal that the…
Increased Plasma Endothelin‐1 in Acute Ischemic Stroke
- I. Ziv, G. Fleminger, R. Djaldetti, A. Achiron, E. Melamed, M. Sokolovsky
- Medicine, BiologyStroke
- 1 July 1992
Ischemic stroke is associated with acute and marked increases in plasma levels of endothelin-1, which may reflect enhanced production by damaged endothelial cells within the infarcted tissue.
A novel subtype of endothelin receptors.
Endothelin in cerebrospinal fluid and plasma of patients in the early stage of ischemic stroke.
- Y. Lampl, G. Fleminger, R. Gilad, R. Galron, I. Sarova‐Pinhas, M. Sokolovsky
- 1 October 1997
ET-1 is found to be significantly elevated in the CSF of stroke patients during the 18 hours after stroke, leading to a hypothesis that there is a vasoconstrictive effect on the cerebral vessels or a neuronal effect caused by ET-1 in the mechanism of the progression of brain ischemia.
Similarities in mode and sites of action of sarafotoxins and endothelins.