Published in Law and Health Weekly, December 11th, 2004
Researchers in Hungary report, "We examined the involvement of endogenous vasopressin and platelet-activating factor (PAT) in the pathogenesis of two types of experimental angina in urethane-anesthetized male Wistar rats."
J. Nemcsik and colleagues of the Hungarian Academy of Science described their study, "In the first model, epinephrine (10 mcg kg-1) was injected into the tail vein, followed at the development of the maximum blood pressure response, i.e, 30 s later, by phentolamine (15 mg...
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