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Canine bloat

W Li, T Zheng, B M Altura, B T Altura
Clinically, it is known that: (1) magnesium (Mg) supplementation relieves premenstrual problems (e.g., migraine, bloating and edema) occurring in the late luteal phase of the menstrual cycle; and (2) migraine syndromes, particularly in women, are associated with deficits in brain and serum ionized Mg levels. We investigated whether concentrations of sex steroid hormones, found in the serum during the menstrual cycle of women, are associated with changes in the levels of cytosolic free magnesium ions ([Mg2+]i in single cultured canine cerebral vascular smooth muscle cells...
January 1, 2001: Brain Research Bulletin
R M Miller
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January 1968: Veterinary Medicine, Small Animal Clinician: VM, SAC
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