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Circulatory effects on osmotic water exchange in Rana pipiens
Tritiated water (3H2O) exchange was shown to be more sensitive to circulatory changes than to arginine vasopressin (ADH)-induced permeability changes. Reducing the circulation (sciatic arteryExpand
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Studies on the affinity chromatography of serum albumins from human and animal plasmas
Abstract 1. 1. Removal of albumin from plasma using Blue Sepharose as an affinity agent was studied using blood from rats, guinea pigs, baboons and humans with the following results. 2. 2. RelativeExpand
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Description and analysis of the myotonolytic effects of phenytoin in the decerebrate cat: implications for potential utility of phenytoin in spastic disorders.
Phenytoin (DPH) was evaluated for its capacity to reduce several motor manifestations of decerebrate rigidity in the cat. In doses of the order of 40 to 50 mg/kg i.v., DPH diminished the forceExpand
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Albumin obscures sex differences in blood protein patterns of rats and humans.
Sex related differences in the blood protein patterns of male and female rats and humans have been studied by sodium dodecyl sulphate/polyacrylamide-gel electrophoresis. In rats, a prominent band ofExpand
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Calcium channel blockers in shock.
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Effects of carbamazepine on muscle tone in the decerebrate cat.
Previous studies, which have demonstrated that carbamazepine (CBZ) possesses direct muscle spindle suppressant activity, suggest that CBZ may have therapeutic value in the treatment of hypertonicExpand
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Circulatory effects on osmotic water exchange in Rana pipiens.
Tritiated water (3H2O) exchange was shown to be more sensitive to circulatory changes than to arginine vasopressin (ADH)-induced permeability changes. Reducing the circulation (sciatic arteryExpand
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Sex differences in blood protein patterns: a computer-assisted electrophoretic analysis of mid-molecular weight range proteins of human serum.
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We have studied the sexual dimorphism of human serum proteins between the ranges of approximately 60,000 and 150,000 daltons using computerized imaging and densitometry. Expand
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The effects of phenytoin and lidocaine on a proprioceptor of the cockroach, Blaberus discoidalis: a simple method for discriminating between inhibitors of sensory transduction and axonal conduction.
Three linearly aligned tibial tactile spines of the cockroach Blaberus discoidalis were stimulated by a mechanically driven glass probe. A "window" was cut at the base of the central spine andExpand