R. A. Abdullaev

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The content of urea and activity of arginase in the brain and liver have been determined in squirrels falling into hibernation and in rats with an artificial decrease of the body temperature. It is shown that the intensity of urea synthesis under hypothermia (20, 10 degrees C) in the studied organs of animals falling into hibernation remains at high level(More)
In concentration of 1:50 000, 1:25 000 and 1:1000 lanthanum sulphate is shown to reduce and in that of 1:100 -- to increase the amount of perfusion fluid from the vessels of an isolated and arrested rabbit heart. In doses of 20--40 mg/kg introduced intravenously it tended to increase the coronary circulation rate, this being attended by an insignificant(More)
The catecholamines and serotonin contents in different brain areas were studies in rats under hypothermia of 30 degrees and 20-19 degrees C and in Citellus pigmaeus Pallas on the 7th, 15th and 30th day after hibernation. The artificial and natural drop in the body temperature is shown to increase the catecholamines and serotonin contents in cerebral(More)