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the enzyme is completely inactive and loses its binding affinity to adenosine.
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20) Indeed, in children receiving high doses of MTX, severe sleepiness and coma are often encountered, and Bernini and colleagues reported that theophylline, another non-selective adenosine receptor antagonist, could reverse the CNS toxicity of MTX in children treated with high doses of MTX.
During and immediately after acupuncture treatment, adenosine levels in the tissues near the needles were boosted 24-fold.
An example of a gliotransmitter is adenosine triphosphate (ATP, an adenosine molecule bound to three phosphate [PO4-] ions).
Certain aspects of methotrexate toxicities are also attributed to adenosine release.
To estimate the occupancy of A1 adenosine receptors by caffeine, the distribution volume at the baseline period of the PET scan was compared with the distribution volume after caffeine administration.
This second enzyme, sodium-potassium stimulated adenosine triphosphatase, works like a pump to maintain the balance of sodium and potassium ions in living cells.
Rather, the marketed Ceredese is a modified placental-derived preparation of glucocerebrosidase, while the adenosine deaminase is bovine-derived.
com/research/dc9847/competitor_analysi) has announced the addition of the "Competitor Analysis: Adenosine Receptor Agonists & Antagonists" report to their offering.
The scientists discovered a new way to stimulate brown fat and thus burn energy from food: The body's own adenosine activates brown fat and "browns" white fat.