pantherine

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pantherine

(ˈpænθəraɪn) or

pantherish

adj
resembling a panther in manner or appearance
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Injection of muscimol in the posterior hypothalamus reduces the PGE1-hyperthermia in the rat.
Monda M, Amaro S, Sullo A, De Luca B (1995) Injection of muscimol in the posterior hypothalamus reduces the PGE1-hyperthermia in the rat.
The alkaloid includes sanguinarine, muscimol, glycosin, ergotamine, ergobasine, mescaline, pilosine and nordihydrocapsaicin were identified from the potential extract and its fraction (Selvaraj et al.
and another active ingredient, muscimol, but chose UV detection for
Methods: According to dose test, rats were randomly divided into control (Con), Ex, muscimol (MUS, 0.
Control rats received infusions of muscimol, a chemical that inactivates neurons in these brain regions, before receiving ketamine (Proc.
Cardiovascular Responses to Muscimol Microinjected into the VTA
The applications of non-classical bioisosterism have also been reported in a number of areas of pharmacology including adrenergic and anti adrenergic drugs [28, 30-31] , several NSAID classes like aryl acetic acid derivatives [32], cetroplac, tolmetin, indomethacin, etodolac [5], antibacterial drugs [33] , antidepressant of morpholine class [34] , neuropeptide substance P antagonists (NK1 antagonists) [35], cholinergic (muscarinic type) agonists [36], GABA modulators like muscimol, thiomuscimol, isomuscimol as agonists [37-38], peptidomimetics [39], diuretics like ethacrinic acid [5] and 5-hyderoxy tryptamine (5-HT1A;1D) agonists like naratryptan and sumatryptan for acute attack of migraine [40].
The role of the GABAA agonist muscimol on memory performance: Reward contingencies determine the nature of the deficit.
GABAergic agents act to diminish inflammatory responses to myelin proteins (18) The GABAergic agents used were vigabatrin and gabaculine, which increase GABA, topiramate, whose mechanism of action is unknown, and muscimol, a GABA structural analog.