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Protective Effect of Copper-Rutin Complex in Animals with Experimental Epilepsy
Copper-rutin complex (2 mg/kg) completely eliminated epileptiform potentials induced by a combination of chlorpromazine and microwave radiation 1-2 min postinjection and suppressed convulsive
[Ir-gene control of rat T-lymphocyte proliferation in response to Ig allotype].
TLDR
Antigen-induced T-cell proliferation in vitro was adapted to the estimation of antiallotypic response to Igk-Ib immunoglobulin k chain allotype of MSU/b and Fisher rats in WAG, August and FI (WAG X August) rats, confirming Ir-Igk-ib-gene control and, therefore, MHC-restriction of anti-allotypes response in inbred rats.
Effect of phosphatidylcholine on body temperature and posterior hypothalamic unit activity in animals
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The effect of phospholipids, as the most important structural components of biological membranes, on the temperature regulating apparatus has not been studied and there is no information on the effect of liposomes, composed of phosphorus, when introduced into the body on its temperature and on neuronal activity in temperature-regulating centers.
Weakening of the hyperthermic effect of prostaglandin E2 by cholinomimetics, monoamines, and calcium ions
Experiments on unanesthetized rats showed that the hyperthermic effect of prostaglandin E2 (PG-E2) is not prevented by aspirin, but can be considerably weakened by injection of arecoline,
Interaction between the effects of centrally administered arecoline and leucocyte pyrogen on the activity of posterior hypothalamic neurons in the rabbit
In experiments with urethane-anesthetized rabbits, the alteration in the activity of posterior hypothalamic neurons resulting from intracerebroventricular injection of leucocyte pyrogen was
Effect of synaptically active substances on the hyperthermic effect of prostaglandin E2 in rats
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The disorders of the thermo-regulation centers caused by excess PGE2 are likely to be counterbalanced by the central effect of some synaptically active drugs which affect in particular the function of cholinergic synapses and alpha-adrenoreceptors.
Effects of microwave radiation and strychnine on cerebral biopotentials in narcotized rats
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The modulatory effect of microwaves on bioelectric cerebral activity in narcotized animals was similar to the effect of strychnine and probably related to enhanced excitability of brain structures and complication of bioelectric processes.
Effect of arecoline on posterior hypothalamic unit activity in rabbits with experimental fever
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The hypothesis on antagonistic effects of cholinomimetics and pyrogenic substances on unit activity in the posterior hypothalamus, which performs integrative functions in the formation of a controlling signal to effectors of the temperature regulating system, requires experimental verification.
Effects of microwave radiation and strychnine on cerebral biopotentials in narcotized rats
TLDR
The modulatory effect of microwaves on bioelectric cerebral activity in narcotized animals was similar to the effect of strychnine and probably related to enhanced excitability of brain structures and complication of bioelectric processes.