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A single dose of 5, 10 and 100 mg/kg of Casimiroa edulis aqueous extract (AQ); 10, 100 and 1000 mg/kg of C. edulis ethanolic extract (E-OH); in addition, 10, 30 and 12 mg/kg of propyleneglycol (Pg), phenytoin (Phen) and phenobarbital (Phb) was orally given to adult male Wistar rat groups. Thereafter, all groups were assayed for protection against maximal(More)
Previously undescribed carbamazepine fluorescence data were found in ethanolic solutions within a range of 200-550 nm. Concentrated H2S04, bidistilled ethanol and a 1:1 mixture of them showed lambda Exc. at 470 nm. A 10-fold fluorescence increase at 470 nm and 520 nm peaks were observed when 10 micrograms of ethanolic carbamazepine solution was activated(More)
An electrochemical brain fixation procedure (EBFP) to treat brains excised from human cadavers is described thoroughly. It is as precise as any other similar method currently available. However, it takes only as much as 36 h to completion instead of the much longer lapses required by immersion in formaldehyde. Actions were taken to secure that it is not a(More)
This is the first attempt to harden all organs of a body together without excising them. This process was accomplished in bottom-belted, gastrointestinal (GI) or intravenously (i.v.) catheterized dog cadavers so as to influx an electrolytic solution containing formaldehyde (ESF). The i.v. influx of ESF was found to be the best perfusion pathway. After 48 h(More)
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