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THE ANTI‐INFLAMMATORY ACTION OF GRISEOFULVIN IN EXPERIMENTAL ANIMALS
When tested by the cotton‐pellet method in rats or the tuberculin‐hypersensitivity test in guinea pigs, griseofulvin had a marked antiinflammatory action. The activity was, weight for weight, lessExpand
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A new anti-inflammatory test, utilizing the chorio-allantoic membrane of the chick embryo.
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The effect of adrenal steroids and corticotrophin on the growth of a sarcoma of human origin in small laboratory animals.
9alphaFluorohydrocortisone, prednisolone, and hydrocortisone promoted the growth of the human tumour (H.S.l) in weanling rats, but deoxycortone acetate was ineffective even when injected in very highExpand
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Plethysmometric Measurement of Swelling in the Feet of Small Laboratory Animals
VARIOUS authors have described phlethysmometric1–3 and planimetric4–6 methods of measuring the volume of rats' and guinea pigs' feet before and after the injection of irritant substances. SuchExpand
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Sustained-release formulation of prednisolone administered orally to man.
A new method of formulation of prednisolone phosphate into a sustained-release tablet is presented. The sustainedrelease tablet consists of a porous plastic matrix in which the corticosteroid isExpand
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Microbiological Hazards of Infusion Therapy
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6 Antifungal Agents
Publisher Summary Of all the microbial infections of man, the diseases caused by fungi are perhaps the most difficult to modify in their course or to prevent and it is increasingly evident that theExpand
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Hematologic effects following the intravenous injection of propylene glycol in the rabbit.
Abstract The intravenous injection (4 ml/kg) of concentrations of propylene glycol in saline (12.5, 25, and 50%) to rabbits had no effect on RBC count, packed cell volume, hemoglobin concentration,Expand
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AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE EFFECTS OF 2:2‐BIS‐(p‐CHLOROPHENYL)‐1:1‐DICHLOROETHANE (D.D.D.) ON THE MOUSE ADRENAL CORTEX
  • P. D'arcy
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology
  • 1 September 1954
1 White male mice maintained on a diet containing 0·1 per cent, of 2:2‐bis‐(p‐chlorophenyl)‐1:1‐dichloroethane and mice injected subcutaneously thrice weekly with an oily solution at a dosage of 20Expand
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