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125 31 31 2 2 M. Kimura I. Kimura T. Nakamura H. Nojima Department of Chemical Pharmacology, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University Sugitani Toyama Japan Summary The electrical properties of skeletal muscle membranes were investigated in genetically...
125 31 31 2 2 D. Zaninetti R. Greco-Perotto B. Jeanrenaud Faculty and Department of Medicine of Geneva Laboratoires de Recherches Métaboliques Geneva Switzerland Summary Aspects of the regulation of the glucose transport by perfused hearts of normal rats have been studied by measuring glucose...
125 31 31 2 2 C. P. Smith A. C. Tarn J. M. Thomas D. Overkamp A. Corakci M. O. Savage E. A. M. Gale Department of Diabetes and Immunogenetics St. Bartholomew's Hospital London UK Department of Child Health St. Bartholomew's Hospital London UK Summary Eight normal subjects underwent two...
125 31 31 2 2 M. B. Mattock H. Keen G. C. Viberti M. R. El-Gohari T. J. Murrells G. S. Scott J. R. Wing P. G. Jackson Unit for Metabolic Medicine United Medical Schools of Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals London Clinical Epidemiology and Public Health Research Unit Robens Institute, University of...
125 31 31 2 2 M. A. Nerurkar J. G. Satav S. S. Katyare Biochemistry Division Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Bombay India Summary Streptozotocin-induced diabetes rsulted in a decrease in the cathepsin D activity (free and total) in rat liver, kidney, brain and heart with a concomitant increase in...
125 31 31 2 2 Dr. M. Rolfe Nkana Division Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines Ltd Kitwe Zambia Wick Manor Curry Rivel TA10 ONW Langport Somerset UK Summary Six hundred African diabetic patients were examined using a standardised technique based on the World Health Organisation Multinational Study,...
125 31 31 2 2 P. G. Wiles P. J. Grant M. H. Stickland H. G. Dean J. K. Wales J. A. Davies University Departments of Medicine General Infirmary Leeds UK University Departments of Pharmacology General Infirmary Leeds UK Summary Body temperature falls during hypoglycaemia, perhaps as a protective...
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