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Pharmacology of Kratom: An Emerging Botanical Agent With Stimulant, Analgesic and Opioid-Like Effects
- W. Prozialeck, Jateen K Jivan, S. Andurkar
- MedicineThe Journal of the American Osteopathic…
- 1 December 2012
Analyses of the medical literature and select Internet sites indicate that individuals in the United States are increasingly using kratom for the self-management of pain and opioid withdrawal.
Corneal gene therapy.
A comparative study of student and faculty perspectives regarding career opportunities in pharmacy academia
Tramadol antinociception is potentiated by clonidine through α₂-adrenergic and I₂-imidazoline but not by endothelin ET(A) receptors in mice.
A quantitative structure-activity relationship study for α-substituted acetamido-N-benzylacetamide derivatives - A novel anticonvulsant drug class
A library of 35 benzylacetamide derivatives was evaluated for anticonvulsant activity as reflected in the ED50 (mg/kg) required to suppress seizure activity in the maximal electroshock seizure (MES)…
The anticonvulsant activities of N-benzyl 3-methoxypropionamides.
Potentiation of oxycodone antinociception in mice by agmatine and BMS182874 via an imidazoline I2 receptor-mediated mechanism
Development of a Center for Teaching Excellence
- S. Andurkar, N. Fjortoft, C. Sincak, Timothy J. Todd
- EducationAmerican Journal of Pharmaceutical Education
- 1 September 2010
The development, implementation, and assessment of a Center for Teaching Excellence at Midwestern University Chicago College of Pharmacy created a systematic framework to promote, enhance, and assess the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Synthesis and antinociceptive properties of N-phenyl-N-(1-(2-(thiophen-2-yl)ethyl)azepane-4-yl)propionamide in the mouse tail-flick and hot-plate tests.
Synthesis and structural studies of aza analogues of functionalized amino acids: new anticonvulsant agents.
- S. Andurkar, C. Béguin, J. Stables, H. Kohn
- Chemistry, BiologyJournal of medicinal chemistry
- 26 April 2001
This study investigated whether selectively replacing the C(2) tetrahedral atom with a trivalent nitrogen provides compounds with comparable activity and displayed excellent activity in mice and rats that compared favorably to that of phenytoin.