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Mechanical responses to noradrenaline (NA) were recorded in longitudinal muscle strips from the terminal and intermediate regions (3-10 cm and 30-40 cm from the ileo-caecal junction, respectively) of the guineapig ileum. NA (0.16-1600 µM) produced a concentration-dependent contraction in the...

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Hasan, R.; Komori, S.; Unno, T.; Ohashi, H.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 1996, 58, 3, pp 235-241
Abstract

Dosage was 0.05 mg fentanyl, 2 mg climazolam and 2 mg xylazine per kg body weight, by i.m. injection. Anaesthesia was terminated by an i.v. injection (into a subcutaneous abdominal vein close to the manubrium) of 0.03 mg naloxone, 0.3 mg sarmazenil and 2 mg yohimbine per kg body weight.

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Henke, J.; Roberts, U.; Otto, K.; Lendl, C.; Matis, U.; Brill, T.; Erhardt, W.
Citation
Tierärztliche Praxis, 1996, 24, 1, pp 85-87
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The satisfactory induction of anaesthesia by i.m. injection of ZKX (a mixture of zolazepam, tiletamine, ketamine and xylazine) is described in rabbits, hamsters, squirrels, guineapigs, ferrets, hedgehogs, moles, iguanas and red-eared glider turtles. Doses, duration of anaesthesia, and the reversal...

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Croce, A.
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Veterinaria (Cremona), 1999, 13, 4, pp 85-88
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The effects of the aqueous extract of P. crassipes leaves (collected in Nigeria) on gastrointestinal and uterine smooth muscle preparations (rabbit jejunum, guinea pig ileum and rat uterus) were studied. The extract produced a concentration-dependent inhibition of the spontaneous motility or...

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Amos, S.; Okwuasaba, F. K.; Gamaniel, K.; Akah, P.; Wambebe, C.
Citation
Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 1998, 61, 3, pp 209-213
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Roberts, U.
Publisher
Tierärztliche Fakultät, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München, Germany
Citation
Zur Anästhesie beim Meerschweinchen mit Fentanyl/Climazolam/Xylazin und ihrer vollständigen Antagonisierung mit Naloxon/Sarmazenil/Yohimbin., 1993, pp 132 pp.
Abstract

Amitraz was rapidly metabolised to BTS27271 after intravenous administration (1 or 2 mg) to sheep. Amitraz and BTS27271 had significant H1-histamine antagonist activity on isolated guinea-pig ileum. BTS27271 was approximately 3.3 times as potent as amitraz. Intravenous injection of amitraz and its...

Author(s)
Pass, M. A.; Mogg, T. D.
Citation
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. C, Comparative Pharmacology and Toxicology, 1991, 99, 1/2, pp 169-172
Abstract

The hydroalcoholic extract of whole plants of P. urinaria (collected from Brazil), substance P and substance P methyl ester caused graded contractions of guineapig urinary bladders. Responses to the extract and substance P were inhibited in a Ca-free Krebs solution, this effect was reversed by...

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Dias, M. A.; Campos, A. H.; Cechinel Filho, V.; Yunes, R. A.; Calixto, J. B.
Citation
Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 1995, 47, 10, pp 846-851
Abstract

(±)-Govadine isolated from Corydalis govaniana, and (±)-THP ((±)-2,3,10,11-tetrahydroxytetrahydroprotoberberine HBr; synthesized from xylopinine), have been shown to inhibit noradrenaline-induced contraction of rat thoracic aortae. The pharmacological activity of the compounds was determined in...

Author(s)
Ko FengNien; Chang YaLing; Chen ChiMing; Teng CheMing
Citation
Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 1996, 48, 6, pp 629-634

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