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Pharmacological studies on zymosan inflammation in rats and mice. 1: Zymosan-induced paw oedema in rats and mice.
Injections of zymosan in mouse and rat paws provoke inflammatory reactions, the kinetics of which are different. In both models, inflammation occurs at an early stage but oedema is maximal at 30 minExpand
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Pharmacological comparison of the immune and non-immune inflammations induced by picryl chloride and oxazolone in mice.
Picryl chloride applied to the ears of Swiss mice induced a clearcut primary irritation inflammation (maximal after 3 to 6 hr) and after contact sensitization performed 7 days before a delayedExpand
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Pharmacological study of cantharidin-induced ear inflammation in mice.
Cantharidin applied to the Swiss mouse ear induced a clearly observable inflammatory reaction after 6 hr, maximal after 24 hr, and persisting several days. Desonide and hydrocortisone stronglyExpand
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Pharmacological studies on zymosan inflammation in rats and mice. 2: Zymosan-induced pleurisy in rats.
Injection of zymosan in rat pleural cavity provokes an exudate which is already detectable at 15 min and which is maximum at 24 h. The leucocyte count (mostly neutrophils) increases at 2-4 h and isExpand
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Antiallergic and anti-inflammatory action of tioxamast in rats. II. Anti-inflammatory action in vivo.
Tioxamast is an antiallergic drug that inhibits anaphylaxis in various models in rats, and it inhibits the release and synthesis of certain mediators of inflammation [see Tarayre et al., this issue].Expand
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[Anti-edematous action of a hexane extract of the stone fruit of Serenoa repens Bartr].
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Pharmacological study of the antitussive and respiratory-analeptic properties of N-(2'-ethylpyrrolidino)diphenylacetamide hydrochloride (F 1459).
The antitussive and respiratory stimulant properties of N-(2'-ethylpyrrolidino)diphenylacetamide hydrochloride (F 1459) in animals are reported. In the mechanical stimulation of the trachea in guineaExpand
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The reduction of tuberculin‐induced pleurisy in the guinea‐pig by a gold salt, chloroquine and D‐penicillamine
interest. The results of Sulpizio et a1 (1978) suggest that Frey, H. H. (1975) Pharmacology 13: 163-176 the fenfluramine-induced hyperthermia in the rat may Goodlet, I., Mireylees, S. E., Sugrue, M.Expand
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Lotifazole (F 1686), a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agent with an unusual pharmacological spectrum
Lotifazole (F 1686) — 4-phenyl-2-(2′, 2′, 2-trichloroethoxycarboxamido) thiazole — has a range of antiinflammatory activities in animals that differs from the activities of classic non-steroidalExpand