Raúl Marcel González Garcia

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BACKGROUND The development of communication systems has brought great social and economic benefits to society. As mobile phone use has become widespread, concerns have emerged regarding the potential adverse effects of radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation (RF-EMR) used by these devices. OBJECTIVE To verify potential effects of mobile phone radiation(More)
Evidence from in vitro and animal studies indicates that conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) possesses anti-diabetic properties, which appear to be attributed to cis-9, trans-11 CLA, the major CLA isomer in ruminant fat. However, there is a shortage of studies addressing CLA from natural source. The present study aimed to evaluate the effects of butter naturally(More)
The involvement of sympathoadrenal axis activity in obesity onset was investigated using the experimental model of treating neonatal rats with monosodium L-glutamate. To access general sympathetic nervous system activity, we recorded the firing rates of sympathetic superior cervical ganglion nerves in animals. Catecholamine content and secretion from(More)
The authors evaluated train-of-four (TOF) fade, as quantified by accelography, in response to neurostimulation at currents ranging from 10 to 60 mA. This was done to determine the range of currents over which measurements of fade remain consistent. In 31 patients (ASA Physical Status 1,2, and 3), anesthesia was induced with fentanyl, midazolam, and(More)
The effect of extracellular Na(+) deprivation on the carbachol-evoked catecholamine secretion was evaluated in chromaffin cells. Isolated adrenal medullae of male Wistar rats were incubated in solutions with different sodium concentrations (144,0; 75,0; 25,0 and psi mM). Catecholamine secretions inversely increased as a response to fall of extracellular(More)
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