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P Srisilapanan, N Korwanich, W Yin, C Chuensuwonkul, L R Mateo, Y P Zhang, D Cummins, R P Ellwood
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November 13, 2013: Journal of Dentistry
M L R Souza, J A Cury, L M A Tenuta, Y P Zhang, L R Mateo, D Cummins, R P Ellwood
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October 22, 2013: Journal of Dentistry
Marilina Casais, Silvia Marcela Delgado, Sandra Vallcaneras, Zulema Sosa, Ana María Rastrilla
Both peripheral innervation and nitric oxide (NO) participate in ovarian steroidogenesis. Considering the existence of the nitric oxide/ nitric oxide synthase system in the peripheral neural system and in the ovary, the aim of this work was to analyze if the liberation of NO in the ovarian compartment of prepubertal rats is of ovarian and/or ganglionic origin. The analysis is carried out from a physiological point of view using the experimental coeliac ganglion--Superior Ovarian Nerve--ovary model with and without ganglionic cholinergic stimulus Acetylcholine (Ach) 10(-6) M...
February 2007: Neuro Endocrinology Letters
Renata Rebello Mendes, Julio Tirapegui
Creatine, a natural nutrient found in animal foods, is alleged to be an effective nutritional ergogenic aid to enhance sport or exercise performance. It may be formed in kidney and liver from arginina and glicina. Creatine may be delivered to the muscle, where it may combine readily with phosphate to form creatine phosphate, a high-energy phosphagen in the ATP-CP system, and is stored. The ATP-CP energy system is important for rapid energy production, such as in speed and power events. Approximately 120 g of creatine is found in a 70 kg male, 95% in the skeletal muscle...
June 2002: Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutrición
W A Lau, J N Pennefather, F J Mitchelson
1. Functional experiments have been conducted to assess the effects of acetylcholine and carbachol, and the receptors on which they act to facilitate neurotransmission to the stromal smooth muscle of the prostate gland of the guinea-pig. 2. Acetylcholine and carbachol (0.1 microM - 0.1 mM) enhanced contractions evoked by trains of electrical field stimulation (20 pulses of 0.5 ms at 10 Hz every 50 s with a dial setting of 60 V) of nerve terminals within the guinea-pig isolated prostate. In these concentrations they had negligible effects on prostatic smooth muscle tone...
July 2000: British Journal of Pharmacology
S Bagnulo, A M Giannini, F Moscatelli, L Stragapede, A Acquafredda, A Dammacco
We evaluated therapy complications in 19 beta-thalassemia major patients (mean age from 3 years/5 months and 1 years/6 months) who were followed at II Pediatric Department-University of Bari. 3 out of 19 patients underwent allogenic BMT from matched related donor; 2 out of 19 underwent splenectomy. All of them were receiving hypertransfusion therapy and continuous chelation with DFO. In all patients we performed physical examination, laboratory assays, cardiac and endocrinologic function tests, serum HBV-HCV-HIV antibodies, otoscopy and audiometric test, fundus oculi, skeletal x-ray...
January 1998: La Pediatria Medica e Chirurgica: Medical and Surgical Pediatrics
M Scibona, P Meschini, S Capparelli, C Pecori, P Rossi, G F Menchini Fabris
The clinical efficacy and acceptance of L-arginina HCL was tested in 40 infertile men. All of these men had a normal number of spermatozoa (> 20 million/ml), but a decreased motility; this decreased motility was not due to infection or to immunological disorders. The treatment consisted of 80 ml of 10% L-arginine HCL administered daily per os for 6 months. L-arginine HCL showed to be able to improve the motility of spermatozoa without any side-effects.
December 1994: Minerva Urologica e Nefrologica, the Italian Journal of Urology and Nephrology
C González Espinosa, M García Báez, I Rodríguez, C González, S Lopes, R Duque
A dynamic study study on secretion of HGH in diabetic girls under the combined stimulus of L-dopa and L-arginina is performed. Serum levels for Zinc and copper are measured. Results show that as HGH increase, copper levels decrease. Correlation (r = 0.81, p = 0.05) points to an inverse dependence of both parameters. Concomitantly, the values obtained for zinc and copper are correlated (r = 0.82, p = 0.03). During stimulation, all patients showed an increase in glycemia and a significant correlation between both parameters was found (r = 0...
November 1982: Anales Españoles de Pediatría
S Podolsky, R Sivaprasad
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October 1972: Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism
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