Die Beeinflussung des Kohlenhydrat- und Fettstoffwechsels durch Dauerinfusionen von Oxytoxin, Vasopressin und Hypertensin beim Hund

  title={Die Beeinflussung des Kohlenhydrat- und Fettstoffwechsels durch Dauerinfusionen von Oxytoxin, Vasopressin und Hypertensin beim Hund},
  author={O. N. Heidenreich and Y. Kook},
  journal={Naunyn-Schmiedebergs Archiv f{\"u}r experimentelle Pathologie und Pharmakologie},
  • O. Heidenreich, Y. Kook
  • Published 1 March 1962
  • Chemistry
  • Naunyn-Schmiedebergs Archiv für experimentelle Pathologie und Pharmakologie
Bereitstellung dieses Derivats sowie des nativen Hormons danken wir Herrn Dr. H. B. F. DixoN, University of Cambridge) 50--900/0 seiner chronotropen Wirkungskraft. Somit ist die frequenzerhShende Wirkung des Corticotropins A 1 auf Kulturen embryonaler Hiihnerherzzellen sowohl in bezug auf ihre St~rke als auch in bezug auf ihre Absehw~chung durch Perjodatund Borhydridbehandlung mit der lipolytischen Wirksamkeit des Peptides an Fettgewebe erwachsener Rat ten 1 vergleichbar. 2--3 alte Kulturen der… 
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  • C. Imrie
  • Biology, Medicine
    The Journal of physiology
  • 1929
THE experiments about to be described were undertaken in order to observe the action of pituitary extract on the blood sugar in an animal deprived of its pancreas and maintained in a healthy