pituitrin


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pituitrin

(pɪˈtjuːɪˌtrɪn)
n
(Pharmacology) pharmacol an aqueous extract of the pituitary glands of cattle which contains the hormones oxytocin and vasopressin
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All the reagents used in this study were clean and chemically pure: sodium thiopental (ARTERIUM, Ukraine); Corvitin (quercetin for intravenous injection and in granules, Borshchahivskiy Chemical-Pharmaceutical Plant, CJSC, Kiev, Ukraine); 2-oxoglutarate (SGPlus, Malmo, Sweden); pituitrin (Endokrininiai, Lithuania); isoproterenol (isoprenaline hydrochloride); alpha-amylase (A3176), oxidized glutathione, 5,5'-dithiobis-2-nitrobenzoic acid, tetramethylenediamine, and bovine serum albumin were the products from Sigma-Aldrich (St.
We used the model proposed by Belenichev and others [36], which follows the principle that the imbalance between the supply and the metabolic demand of oxygen by the heart muscle is achieved by the combined administration of pituitrin and isoproterenol.
The diuretic action of alcohol and its relation to pituitrin. The Journal of Physiology, 76(3), 379-386.
Five Days before her attack she had undergone intramuscular pituitrin therapy on account of recurrent haemoptysis.
KEY WORDS: Delayed encephalopathy Hyponatremia Pituitrin
The actions of pituitrin, adrenalin and barium on the circulation of the bird.
were screened with mice model of acute myocardial hypoxia induced by isoproterenol and pituitrin, eight compounds, i.e.
Mayer, an industry executive and past president of the Institute of American Meat Packers, pointed out that in addition to familiar animal by-products, such as leather, wool, soap, and oleomargarine, new discoveries utilizing animal by-products in the pharmaceutical field were being made almost every year: "What is the value to humanity of such products as pepsin, adrenaline, pituitrin, ovarian extract, pineal extract, insulin and liver extract?