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The anthelmintic pyrantel acts as a low efficacious agonist and an open-channel blocker of mammalian acetylcholine receptors
(Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd, 2001-08)
Pyrantel is an anthelmintic which acts as an agonist of nicotinic receptors (AChRs) of nematodes and exerts its therapeutic effects by depolarizing their muscle membranes. Here we explore at the single-channel level the ...
Suspeição e impedimento nos processos objetivos de controle de constitucionalidade concentrado
Brazil adopts the hybrid system of judicial review, encompassing both the diffuse and the concentrated form. The object of this work is the concentrated form, which is characterized by an objective process where there are ...
Corpus Luteum Development and Function after Supplementation of Long-Acting Progesterone During the Early Luteal Phase in Beef Cattle
Contents: Strategic supplementation of P4 may be used to increase conception rates in cattle, but timing of supplementation in relation to ovulation, mass of supplementary P4 and formulation of the P4-containing supplement ...
POSSIBLE MECHANISMS FOR REDUCTION OF CIRCULATING CONCENTRATIONS OF PROGESTERONE BY INTERFERON-ALPHA IN COWS - EFFECTS ON HYPERTHERMIA, LUTEAL CELLS, METABOLISM OF PROGESTERONE AND SECRETION OF LH
(J Endocrinology Ltd, 1992-05-01)
Experiments were performed to determine the mechanism by which recombinant bovine interferon-alpha(I)1 (rbIFN-alpha) causes an acute reduction in plasma concentrations of progesterone. In experiment 1, administration of a ...
Enhancing the antibiotic antibacterial effect by sub lethal tellurite concentrations: Tellurite and cefotaxime act synergistically in escherichia coli
The emergence of antibiotic-resistant pathogenic bacteria during the last decades has become a public health concern worldwide. Aiming to explore new alternatives to treat antibiotic-resistant bacteria and given that the ...
Relationship between adiponectin and nitrite in healthy and preeclampsia pregnancies
(Elsevier Science BvAmsterdamHolanda, 2013)
Optimizing Medical Therapy of Acromegaly: Beneficial Effects of Cabergoline in Patients Uncontrolled with Long-Acting Release Octreotide
Background: Previous data indicate a beneficial effect of cabergoline (CAB) association to somatostatin analogs (SA) in acromegalics resistant to SA monotherapy. Objective: To assess the efficacy of CAB association on ...
Diuron metabolites act as endocrine disruptors and alter aggressive behavior in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus)
Diuron and its biodegradation metabolites were recently reported to cause alterations in plasma steroid hormone concentrations with subsequent impacts on reproductive development in fish. Since steroid hormone biosynthesis ...