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We studied the effect of homologues derivatives of 1,1-dimethyl-3-hydroxybutyl phosphonic acid on synaptic transmission in frog neuromuscular junction. Here we reviewed general mechanisms of inhibition of the postsynaptic current.
In clinical practice, dimephosphon is used as a vasoactive agent in cases of traumatic brain injury. We have studied the influence of dimephosphon on the functional recovery of dog spinal cord after lesion. The spinal cord trauma was modeled using the methods described by Allen. In a period of time from the 1st to 10th day after injury, experimental group(More)
The effect of xymedon on Ca2+ currents in entorhinal cortex LIII pyramidal neurons was studied using brain slices from 10-17-day old rats, which were analyzed by means of the infrared video assisted whole cell patch clamp recording. The sample slices were superfused with artificial cerebrospinal fluid containing tetrodotoxin, 4-aminopyridine, and(More)
Nootropic non-anticholinesterase organophosphorus preparation CAPAH and substance P produced similar and dose-dependent effects on the amplitude and temporal parameters of miniature endplate potentials in mammalian neuromuscular synapse. Neurokinin receptor antagonist Win-51.708 abolished the effects of these agents. In behavioral experiments substance P(More)
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