Zdzislaw Kleinrok

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The effects of three gonadal steroid antihormones, tamoxifen (TXF, an estrogen antagonist), cyproterone acetate (CYP, an antiandrogen) and mifepristone (MIF, a progesterone antagonist) alone or combined with conventional antiepileptics were evaluated in amygdala-kindled seizures in male and female rats. None of the three antihormones used in this study(More)
2,4-Dihydroxythiobenzanilides represent a new group of compounds with significant fungistatic and bacteriostatic properties. The results of investigations on their cytotoxicity are also very convincing. Therefore LD50 doses were determined for five compounds, they ranged from 239 to 840.5 mg/kg. The results of the tests for spontaneous locomotor activity(More)
The present results refer to the action of three gonadal steroid antihormones, tamoxifen (TXF, an estrogen antagonist), cyproterone acetate (CYP, an antiandrogen) and mifepristone (MIF, a progesterone antagonist) on seizure phenomena in mice. TXF and CYP at their lowest protective dose in the electroconvulsive threshold test, enhanced the antiseizure(More)
There is evidence that some calcium (Ca(2+)) channel inhibitors enhance the protective activity of antiepileptic drugs. Since clinical trials have not provided consistent data on this issue, the objective of this study was to evaluate the interaction of a dihydropyridine, niguldipine, with conventional antiepileptics in amygdala-kindled rats. Niguldipine(More)
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