• Publications
  • Influence
Effect of reversible inhibitors on reactivity of functional sites of the active center of acetylcholinesterase
The effect of galanthamine, tacrine, and oxazyl on phosphorylation of acetylcholinesterase of human erythrocytes by armin and GD-42 (o-ethyl-S-β-ethylthioethyl ester of methylthiophosphinic acid) wasExpand
[Mechanism of the hypothermic action of reversible cholinesterase inhibitors].
Experiments set up on mice demonstrated that galanthamine, hydrobromide, physostymine salicilate and iodomethylate produce a fall of the renal temperature, the hypothermal effect being proportionalExpand
Interaction of reversible inhibitors with catalytic centers and allosteric sites of cholinesterases
The kinetics of inhibition of the acetylcholinesterase (ACE) of human erythrocytes by galanthamine, tacrine, and oxazyl and the effect of these substances on enzyme activity in chicken, mouse, cat,Expand
[The effect of cholinergic substances on the mechanisms of visual recognition in monkeys].
Differences in neurophysiological and neurochemical processes responsible for black-and-white and colour vision are found in monkeys (Macaca mulatta). Expand
[Mechanism of the effect of diazepam on acetylcholine concentration in mouse brain].
Intraperitoneal injection of diazepam caused an increase of free and bound acetylcholine in the mouse brain and galanthamine anticholinesterase activity and its toxicity; as to physostigmine, armine, and paraoxon toxicity--it remained unchanged. Expand
Mechanism of the action of diazepam on the brain acetylcholine level in mice
Administration of diazepam (20 mg/kg) leads to an increase in the free and bound acetylcholine concentrations in the mouse brain. Preliminary administration of diazepam (20 mg/kg) potentiates theExpand