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The influence of the application of pharmacokinetics on the effects of theophylline utilisation upon members of the Indian population.
Theophylline is a dimethylated xanthine similar in structure to caffeine which is commonly found in tea, coffee and cola beverages (Hendeles and Weinberger, 1983; Rall, 1985). Clinically, its most important pharmacological ...
An investigation into the effects and possible mechanisms of action of cimetidine and ranitidine on the sexual behaviour of male rats.
The development of a new class of antihistamines, the H2-receptor antagonists, introduced a new era in the treatment of peptic ulcer diseases. Cimetidine, the first clinically effective H2-blocker, was introduced ...
The syntactic features of South African Indian English among students in Natal, with regard to use and attitudes towards usage.
Two tests were developed and administered to 122 South African students of Indian descent and 70 South African students of European descent. One test elicited use of certain syntactic constructions through requesting ...
The effect of alcohol, isoniazid, rifampicin, paracetamol and hexane on hepatic gluconeogenesis and bromosulphthalein clearance.
The first workers to use the isolated perfused rat liver for the study of gluconeogenesis were Corey and Britton (1941). Subsequently, other investigators found the modified method of Miller et al (1951) to be more ...