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   1976| January-March  | Volume 8 | Issue 1  
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Effect of essential oil of leaves of Blumea Lacera DC on central nervous system
VK Dixit, KC Varma
January-March 1976, 8(1):7-11
pharmacological investigations on the essential oil of Blumea lacera revealed that it exerts depressant effect on central nervous system. The essential oil has analgesic, hypothermic and tranquilising properties.
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Action of organophosphorus compound (cythioate) on acetylcholine content and cholinesterase activity of rat brain
CP Doval, Gupta Indra
January-March 1976, 8(1):13-15
Cythioate, a systemic organophosphorus compound has progressively increased the acetylcholine (ACh) content (16.54 to 118.04%) and decreased the cholinesterase (ChE) activity (23.0 to 98.4%) of rat brain with 3 to 100 mg/kg doses given by i.p. route. Atropine protected the rats from the toxic effects of cythioate by blocking the action of ACh at the receptors without affecting Ach content and ChE activity.
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Teaching and research in Pharmacology in India: A need for a new look
UK Sheth
January-March 1976, 8(1):1-5
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Local anaesthetic activity of some acylamino phenothiazines
DS Vyas, JL Godhwani, VN Sharma, NM Srivastava, SP Garg
January-March 1976, 8(1):17-21
Six acylamino phenothiazines (A to F) were synthesised in our laboratory. Only compounds A,B,C and F showed local anaesthetic activity. The compound C with secondary amino group, though more potent than xylocaine, was more irritant. The compounds D and E with tertiary amino group were devoid of local anaesthetic activity.
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Human research: Ethical guidelines
AB Vaidya
January-March 1976, 8(1):23-27
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Abstracts of Papers presented at the VIII Annual Conference of Indian Pharmacological Society, Madras, December 28-30, 1975
January-March 1976, 8(1):31-117
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