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The effect of Tremorine and lysergic acid diethylamide on the iron content of the rat brain
THE globus pallidus is considered to play an important part in the causation of rest tremor (JUNG and HASSLER, 1960). PAKKENBERC~ (1963) found a hyperactivity of the globus pallidus in patients withExpand
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Paraphilic Coercive Disorder in the DSM: The Right Diagnosis for the Right Reasons
  • P. Stern
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Archives of sexual behavior
  • 22 June 2010
The recommendation to include a Paraphilic Coercive Disorder (PCD) diagnosis in the DSM-5 represents an improvement over current options and would lead to the shrinking of the pool of individualsExpand
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[Induced arthritis in rats].
  • P. Stern
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Arzneimittel-Forschung
  • 1 July 1965
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CONTRIBUTION TO THE THEORY THAT SUBSTANCE P HAS A TRANSMITTER ROLE IN SENSITIVE PATHWAY.
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[The problem of iron resorption].
In rabbits whose intestinal tract has been “sterilised” by means of penicilline and terramycine, there is no detectable iron resorption, even when the animals are made anaemic.
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[Iron resorption from sterile intestinal tract].
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The metabolism of glycine in mice treated acutely and chronically with morphine.
In acutely and chronically treated mice morphine significantly decreased glycine in brain. The effect of nalorphine was the opposite while the application of glycine cause this aminoacid to increase i
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Asthmatic breathing in mice.
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Glycine therapy in 7 cases of spasticity. A pilot study.
Glycine, 3–4 g daily per os , reduced spasticity in patients suffering from Little’s disease and related conditions.
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SUBSTANCE P IN NUCLEUS GRACILIS AND NUCLEUS CUNEATUS IN DIFFERENT SPECIES (MAN, DOG AND CALF).
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