By J. H. M. Pinkerton (Eds.)
Read Online or Download Advances in Oxytocin Research. Proceedings of a Symposium Held on 1st May 1964 Under the Auspices of the Blair–Bell Research Society at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Sussex Place, Regent's Park, London, England PDF
Similar research books
This booklet offers a complete compendium of the present country of Germany's learn infrastructure within the social, financial, and behavioral sciences. moreover, the ebook bargains special discussions of the present wishes of empirical researchers in those fields, in addition to an exam of possibilities for destiny improvement.
Horticultural area provides many possibilities for monetary improvement and enhancing livelihood of growers yet a number of elements constrain creation and restrict the potential of alternate of vegetables and fruit. Tephritid fruit flies represent a big constraint. They reason huge, immense losses via direct feeding harm and lack of marketplace possibilities via imposition of quarantine regulations by means of uploading nations to avoid access and their institution.
- Topographische Tafeln des Hirnstamms der Katze und des Affen für experimental-physiologische Untersuchungen / A short Atlas of the Brain Stem of the Cat and Rhesus Monkey for Experimental Research / Atlas du tronc cérébral du chat et du singe `l’usage de
- Research in the Schizophrenic Disorders: The Stanley R. Dean Award Lectures Vol. II
- Research and Practice in Multiple Criteria Decision Making: Proceedings of the XIVth International Conference on Multiple Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) Charlottesville, Virginia, USA, June 8–12, 1998
- On Ethnography: Approaches to Language and Literacy Research
- Opportunities, use, and transfer of systems research methods in agriculture to developing countries: Proceedings of an international workshop on systems research methods in agriculture in developing countries, 22–24 November 1993, ISNAR, The Hague
Extra resources for Advances in Oxytocin Research. Proceedings of a Symposium Held on 1st May 1964 Under the Auspices of the Blair–Bell Research Society at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Sussex Place, Regent's Park, London, England
The filter paper sheet was subdivided into appropriate bands and each was eluted with Tyrode's solution. These eluates were re-assayed for oxytocin on the lactating guinea-pig. On all chromatograms synthetic oxytocin (Sandoz) was run in parallel with the test PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY Butanol-Acetic Acid—Water 1-0- -10 •9- -•9 •8" •8 Θ © -·7 -·6 -•5Rf 5HT ! Θ -·4 -·3 ',ΝοτΑά', •2 -·1 Origin- -Origin FIG. 2. Composite diagram representing the movement of various substances in the sheet paper Chromatographie procedure described in the text: Ox— oxytocin (synthetic); AVT—arginine vasotocin (synthetic); AVP—arginine vasopressin (synthetic); LVP—lysine vasopressin (synthetic); BK—bradykinin (synthetic); P—substance P (highly purified); 5HT—5 hydroxy tryptamine; Nor.
In two cases no significant release of oxytocin was detected while in the third a level of 154/xU/ml plasma was found. As yet our studies on blood taken immediately following parturition are rather limited, but the data so far obtained indicate that the blood oxytocin levels fall rapidly after birth. These studies on the release of oxytocin in the parturient goat are being continued. 5. 30 9 10 Blood sample, no. FIG. 2. Milk-ejection activity (oxytocin) in jugular blood of a goat during parturition.
P. FIG. 3. Intra-mammary pressure responses in the guinea-pig, to close intraarterial injection of synthetic oxytocin are shown as pressure recordings (below) and are plotted as a log. dose-response curve (above). The relationship is satisfactorily linear for assay purposes. All doses are in microunits. In the interpretation of our results, we place great emphasis on the specificity of this bioassay preparation which eliminates from consideration the presence in our extracts of many contaminants which could show high activity if the rat uterine assay were used.
Advances in Oxytocin Research. Proceedings of a Symposium Held on 1st May 1964 Under the Auspices of the Blair–Bell Research Society at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Sussex Place, Regent's Park, London, England by J. H. M. Pinkerton (Eds.)