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L Kiedrowski, M Gra Dkowska, B Oderfeld-Nowak
The effect of GM(1) administration upon the time course of the postlesion changes of [(3)H]5hydroxytryptamine uptake in the partially denervated rat hippocampus has been studied 6, 21, 42 and 90 days after surgery. At 6 and 21 days after operation the postlesion decrease of [(3)H]5-hydroxytryptamine uptake was counteracted by GM(1) administration. This effect was limited to the most denervated dorsal hippocampal part, where the lesion-evoked decrease of [(3)H]5-hydroxytryptamine uptake was the strongest. After longer postoperative periods (42 and 90 days) the potentiating effect of GM(1) disappeared...
1987: Neurochemistry International
E Pace
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August 24, 1965: Biochimica et Biophysica Acta
S K Bowry, G Müller-Berghaus
Most of the knowledge acquired on platelet function and biochemistry has been obtained from platelets prepared from blood anticoagulated with sodium citrate. Using washed platelets from human blood (PNB) to which no anticoagulants were added, we report on responses not observed with platelets prepared from citrate-anticoagulated blood. Native blood was passed rapidly (within 5 min of venepuncture) through a Sephadex G-25/G-50 column to remove divalent ions and thus prevent coagulation. Platelets were separated from the gel-filtered blood by differential centrifugation...
October 21, 1986: Thrombosis and Haemostasis
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