Effects of calcium and potassium injected into the cerebral ventricles of the cat

  title={Effects of calcium and potassium injected into the cerebral ventricles of the cat},
  author={W. S. Feldberg and STEPHEN L. Sherwood},
  journal={The Journal of Physiology},

Increased susceptibility to cortical spreading depression and epileptiform activity in a mouse model for FHM2

The FHM2, α2+/G301R mouse model can be utilized to broaden the understanding of generalized epilepsy and comorbidity hereof in migraine, and may be utilized toward future selection of possible treatment options for migraine.

In vitro Models for Seizure-Liability Testing Using Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells

The use of an in vitro human iPSC-derived neural model for neurotoxicity studies, combined with high-throughput techniques such as MEA recordings, could be a suitable addition to existing pre-clinical seizure-liability testing strategies.

The role of magnesium suphatein the control of catecholamine induced cardiovascular disturbances

A dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Medicine University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy In Medicine Johannesburg, 1988

Cerebrospinal fluid secretion by the choroid plexus.

This review focuses on the specific ion and water transport by the choroid plexus cells, and then attempts to integrate the action of specific transport proteins to formulate a model of cerebrospinal fluid secretion.

Potassium Changing from Pro- to Anti-convulsant in the Epileptic Juvenile Rat Hippocampus

Investigation of the possibility that K + may undergo a proto anti-convulsant switch in the epileptic juvenile rat hippocampus found that Ih likely contributes to this anticonvulsant behavior by decreasing membrane resistance and subsequently attenuating summation of Ih.



Injections of drugs into the lateral ventricle of the cat

The method formerly used for intraventricular injections in unanaesthetized animals has the following drawbacks: the animals are physically restrained; fear, pain and other defence reactions may overshadow or modify the drug effect; and there must always remain a certain doubt whether injury of the brain substance has occurred and is responsible for the observed effects.

Behaviour of cats after intraventricular injections of eserine and DFP

The present paper records the effects of the anticholinesterases eserine and diisopropylfluorophosphonate (DFP) administered by the same route.

Injections of bulbocapnine into the cerebral ventricles of cats.

Recently it was found (Feldberg and Sherwood, 1954b) that the anticholinesterases dyflos (DFP) and eserine, when given to cats by the intraventricular route, produce a condition with many of the

Direct Chemical Action upon Nerve Centres in Biology and Medicine

As organisms have become more complex, they have also become more sensitive to their internal environment, for example, in higher animals, to the temperature, pH, and osmotic pressure of the blood and lymph.

Das Schlafsyndrom bei diencephaler Reizung

  • Helv . phy 8 iol . acta
  • 1944