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Enzyme potentiated hyposensitization II: Effect of glucose, glucosamine, N-acetylamino-sugars and gelatin on the ability of beta-glucuronidase to block the anamnestic response to antigen in mice.
McEwen LM, Effects of sugars and diols on enzyme potentiated desensitization.
Because the contraction ratios of untreated gills are potentiated, that is, greater than one (Gainey and Greenberg, 2003), we compared the contraction ratios of the demibranchs exposed to DTT to those of the untreated controls with paired t tests.
The experiments described above were performed during February and March, when the gill muscles are potentiated endogenously.
Potentiated and preferential effects of combined paraquat and maneb on nigrostriatal dopamine systems: environmental risk factors for Parkinson's disease?
These results confirmed that rhIGFBP-3 potentiated apoptosis induced by a variety of chemotherapeutic agents.
When rats were treated with arsenite 2 hr before phenylephrine infusion, the hypertensive effect of phenylephrine was significantly potentiated (23.
The programs' objective is to maximize the muscle capacity of the potentiated fibers.
Locomotor activity reductions were seen only in the PQ + MB group and not in response to either PQ or MB alone; that is, effects were potentiated.
Further, Maxamine significantly potentiated the effect of local radiotherapy by decreasing the number of cancer cells within the prostate tumors, and by increasing the frequency of apoptotic (dead) tumor cells.
5 mg/kg) potentiated reinstatement of the drug seeking-behavior, but inhibited cocaine seeking induced by a submaximal dose (10 mg/kg) of cocaine or the cocaine-associated cue.
Given that endotoxin potentiated the toxicity of several chemicals noted for their idiosyncratic reactions, these responses may have resulted from low-level, episodic, inflammatory events.