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Methods in narcotics research
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Modified bovine serum albumin. I. Preparation and physicochemical studies of some derivatives.
Abstract The effect of nitrous acid treatment (deamination), acetylation, guanidination, and heat denaturation upon bovine serum albumin was measured by several physicochemical methods (solubility,Expand
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Approaches to the molecular nature of pharmacological receptors.
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Modified bovine serum albumin. II. Immunochemical studies.
Abstract Quantitative immunochemical studies were made of the homologous and heterologous reactions of bovine serum albumin; its deaminated, acetylated, and guanidinated derivatives; and theExpand
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Mechanism of development of tolerance to injected morphine by guinea pig ileum.
Abstract Injection of a large dose of morphine into a guinea pig results in a block of electrically-induced contractions of the ileum in vitro . A similar dose is almost ineffective in guinea pigsExpand
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In recent years a limited number of attempts have been made to isolate and identify the acetylcholine (ACh) receptor substance in solution. Two such attempts have involved the electric organ ofExpand
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Analgesic properties of enkephalinase inhibitors: animal and human studies.
  • S. Ehrenpreis
  • Medicine
  • Progress in clinical and biological research
  • 1985
D-phenylalanine, bacitracin and puromycin produce long-lasting, naloxone-reversible analgesia in mice. Analgesic potency parallels potency of these compounds as inhibitors of met-enkephalinExpand
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Reviews of Neuroscience
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Prostaglandins reverse inhibition of electrically-induced contractions of guinea pig ileum by morphine, indomethacin and acetylsalicylic acid.
MORPHINE and other narcotic analgesics have long been known to block electrically induced contractions of the isolated guinea pig ileum by inhibiting the release of acetylcholine (ACh) fromExpand
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