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Actions of galanin and some of its analogues on rat isolated gastric fundus *
Summary— The study was undertaken to characterize the effects of porcine galanin (pGal) and some of its analogues on rat gastric fundus muscle strips. pGal, galantide (M15) and pGal(1–14)‐[Abu8]SCY‐IExpand
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MIDDLEWARE TRENDS AND MARKET LEADERS 2011
The Controls Middleware (CMW) project was launched over ten years ago. Its main goal was to unify middleware solutions used to operate CERN accelerators. An important part of the project, theExpand
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MANAGEMENT OF CRITICAL MACHINE SETTINGS FOR ACCELERATORS AT CERN
In high energy and high intensity accelerators as the LHC, the energy stored in the beams is orders of magnitude above the damage level of accelerator components like magnets. Uncontrolled release ofExpand
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Galanin, galantide and galanin (1-14)-[alpha-aminobutyric acid8]-scyliorhinin-I: structure dependent effects on the rat isolated gastric fundus.
The study was undertaken using selected pharmacodynamic parameters to describe the effects of porcine galanin(1-29)-NH2; porcine galanin fragments; galantide; porcineExpand
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Contractile action of galanin analogues on rat isolated gastric fundus strips is modified by tachyphylaxis to substance P.
This study was undertaken to characterize the interaction of porcine galanin (Gal) and some of its analogues with their receptors on rat gastric fundus muscle strips. Gal, galantide (M15) andExpand
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The new CERN Controls Middleware
The Controls Middleware (CMW) project was launched over ten years ago. Its main goal was to unify middleware solutions used to operate the CERN accelerator complex. A key part of the project, theExpand
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Contractile effects of porcine galanin(1-29)-NH2 on the rat isolated gastric fundus: mediation by potassium ions.
Galanin (3-300 nM) evoked reproducible concentration-dependent contractions of rat isolated gastric fundus strips, EC50 of the peptide equalled 16.7 nM (6.2-39.2) and the slope of theExpand
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Lysine14galanin(1-15)-NH2: a partial agonist at galanin receptors in rat isolated gastric fundus.
The study was undertaken to characterize the effects of the porcine galanin [pGal(1-29)-NH2] analogue [Lys14]pGal(1-15)-NH2 on rat gastric fundus. [Lys14]pGal(1-15)-NH2 is a less potent contractileExpand
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Pharmacological characterization of the contractile effects of galanin(l‐29)‐NH2, galantide and galanin(l‐14)‐(α‐aminobutyric acid8)scyliorhinin‐I in the rat gastric fundus †
Summary— Porcine galanin (l‐29)‐NH2, galantide (M15) and galanin (l‐14)‐(a‐aminobutyric acid8)‐scyliorhinin‐I used in concentrations of 300, 1,000 and 3,000 nM respectively caused contractions of ratExpand
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