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Reduction of extracellular ferricyanide by intact erythrocytes proceeds by a membrane bound, NADH-dependent reaction. It is depressed by a glycolysis inhibitor and a non penetrable sulfhydryl reagent, and activated by dehydroascorbate. Dehydroascorbate activation cannot be accounted for by release of reducing equivalents from the cells. It is concluded that(More)
Trigeminal neuralgia (TN) is defined as a chronic, severe, electrifying and burning pain in one side of the face. The attacks are initiated by tactile irritations in a so-called trigger area of the trigeminal nerve and are perceived within the borders of this nerve's innervation. TN is a chronic condition which initially goes into spontaneous remission but(More)
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