Ted A. Loomis

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Animals pretreated with appropriate closes of anticholinesterase agents develop auricular flutter and fibrillation following injection of acetylcholine or vagal stimulation. Depression of normal sinoauricular nodal function facilitates induction of fibrillation. During fibrillation, additional injections of acetylcholine, or vagal stimulation, increase the(More)
1. The mechanism of action of glyburide (a sulfonylurea) on muscle has been investigated by measuring glucose uptake and glucose transporter (GLUT4) protein levels after chronic glyburide treatment. 2. A dietary induced insulin resistant rat model (4 wk of high-fat, high-sucrose feeding) was given glyburide (2 mg/kg/day) for 10 days and glucose uptake was(More)