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This study was designed to evaluate the antinociceptive interaction of the tramadol–meloxicam combination in different proportions (tramadol + meloxicam in 1:1, 1:3, and 3:1 ratios), as well as the role of nitric oxide, opioidergic, and serotonergic pathways in the antinociceptive effect of the...
The objectives of this study were to evaluate the safety and anti‐inflammatory and wound‐healing characteristics of carbohydrate‐derived fulvic acid (CHD‐FA) in rats. CHD‐FA (≥100 mg/kg p.o.) effectively reduced carrageenan‐induced paw edema in rats, which was comparable to 10 mg/kg...
In the pharmaceutical industry, it is common practice to pursue sequentially, within a family of compounds, a number of candidate compounds for further development. This article challenges the sequential tradition, and instead proposes a parallel drug development paradigm, in which several...
It is widely recognized that glutamate (Glu)‐induced cytotoxicity, intracellular calcium overload and the excessive free radical production are key events in the development and progression of ischemic brain injury. dl‐3‐n‐butylphthalide (NBP), an anti‐ischemic agent, has therapeutic...
We investigated the effect of hetastarch, used for the treatment of acute ischemic stroke, on neuronal cell damage by oxidative stress, a main pathogenic mechanism in ischemic stroke. Neuronally differentiated PC12 cells (nPC12 cells) were treated with varying concentrations of hetastarch and...
The aims of this research were to assess New Zealand's (NZ) growing drug development industry, and compare it with drug development and biotechnology clusters overseas. This article presents the results of questionnaires administered dutring interviews with 60 senior people representing the...
Many countries employ a range of policies to support their drug development industry. The support is primarily because of the perceived potential benefits from wealth creation, employment, and international trade related to a high‐technology industry. New Zealand (NZ) has a growing drug...
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