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Aldridge_1951_J.Biochem.(Tokyo)_49_iThe enzymic hydrolysis of diethyl p-nitrophenyl phosphate (E 600)
Atanackovic_1951_Arch.Int.Pharmacodyn.Ther_85_1Contributions a la pharmacologie de la procaine
Augustinsson_1951_Acta.Chem.Scand_5_712Comparison between the acetylcholinesterases of helix blood and cobra venom. II. The hydrolyses of certain choline and non-choline esters
Augustinsson_1951_Acta.Physiol.Scand_22_224Innervation and acetylcholine splitting activity of the air-bladder of fishes
Balfour_1951_J.Physiol_114_27pThe mechanisms of acetylcholine synthesis
Balfour_1951_Nature_167_991Effects of choline, acetate and citrate on the activity of the choline acetylating system of mammalian brain
Berry_1951_Biochem.J_49_615The turnover number of cholinesterase
Berry_1951_J.Physiol_115_46Cholinesterase and neuromuscular block
Bori_1951_Minerva.Pediatr_3_726[The behavior of blood lipase in lipid nephrosis]
Bovet_1951_Arch.Int.Pharmacodyn.Ther_88_1[Investigation on synthetic curarizing poisons: 3. Succinylchloride & aliphatic derivatives]
Bovet_1951_Experientia_7_232[Study of derivatives of 1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-2-naphthylamine showing sympatholytic and oxytocic properties of ergot alkaloids]
Bovet_1951_J.Pharmacol.Exp.Ther_102_22The action on nicotine-induced tremors of substances effective in Parkinsonism
Bullock_1951_Biochem.J_49_viiResistances of acetylcholine esterase in dry preparations to certain organic solvents
Burgen_1951_Br.J.Pharmacol.Chemother_6_593The inhibition of cholinesterase by alkylphosphates and alkylphenylphosphates
Cheymol_1951_C.R.Seances.Soc.Biol.Fil_145_496[Increase of effects of adrenalin and acetylcholine on arterial pressure after injection of certain curarizing substances]
Cohen_1951_Biochim.Biophys.Acta_6_469Protection of true cholinesterase against DFP by butyrylcholine
Diggle_1951_Biochem.J_49_491Cholinesterase inhibition in vitro by O,O-diethyl -0-p-nitrophenyl thiophosphate (parathion, E605)
Fatt_1951_J.Physiol_115_320An analysis of the end-plate potential recorded with an intracellular electrode
Fatt_1951_J.Physiol_115_45 PConduction of impulses in crustacean muscle fibres
Feldberg_1951_Arch.Int.Physiol_59_544Some aspects in pharmacology of central synaptic transmission
Feldberg_1951_Br.Med.J_1_967The physiology of neuromuscular transmission and neuromuscular block
Feldberg_1951_J.Physiol_112_400Observations on the presence of cholinergic and non-cholinergic neurones in the central nervous system
Gardocki_1951_J.Am.Pharm.Ass_40_491Urinary excretion of the metabolic products of parathion following its intravenous injection
Goldstein_1951_Arch.Biochem_34_169Properties and behaviors of purified human plasma cholinesterase. III. Competitive inhibition by prostign-iine and other alkaloids with special reference to differences in kinetic behavior
Holmberg_1951_Nord.Med_46_1567[Succinyl choline iodide as a muscle relaxant in electroshock]
Holmstedt_1951_Acta.Physiol.Scand_25_11Synthesis and pharmacology of dimethylamidoethoxyphosphoryl cyanide (tabun) together with a description of some allied anticholinesterase compounds contamina the N-P bond
Huxley_1951_Nature_167_1054Polypeptide chains in frog sartorius muscle
Karczmar_1951_J.Pharmacol.Exp.Ther_102_103Studies on intravenously injected true cholinesterase
Kensler_1951_J.Pharmacol.Exp.Therap_102_196Tetraethylammonium and cholinesterase activity
Koelle_1951_J.Pharmacol.Exp.Therap_103_153The elimination of enzymatic diffusion artifacts in the histochemical localisation of cholinesterases and a survey of their cellular distributions
Koppanyi_1951_J.Pharmacol.Exp.Ther_101_327Contribution to the study of the mechanism of action of cholinesterase inhibitors
Koppanyi_1951_J.Pharmacol.Exp.Therap_101_327Contribution to the study of the mechanism of action of cholinesterase inhibitors
Korey_1951_J.Biol.Chem_189_705Choline acetylase. V. Esterifications and transacetylations
Kupfer_1951_J.Cell.Comp.Physiol_38_469Histochemistry of muscle cholinesterase after motor nerve section
Lindvig_1951_Arch.Biochem.Biophys_30_241Studies on permeability. V. The effects of acetylcholine and physostigmine on the permeability of human erythrocytes to sodium and potassium
Low_1951_Acta.Physiol.Scand_23_78On succinylcholine, a neuromuscular blocking drug, and its synergism with TEPP
Marbury_1951_J.Pharmacol.Exp.Ther_103_280The effects of a synthetic curare-like compound, the tri-iodo salt of tris (triethylaminoethoxy) 1,2,3 benzene (Flaxedil), on the anesthetized surgical patient
McCance_1951_Nature_168_788Cholinesterase activity in the secretions of the pancreas of the dog and parotid of the pig
Metzler_1951_Science_113_382The determination of cholinesterase activity in whole brains of developing rats
Michel_1951_J.Biol.Chem_190_119The reaction of cholinesterase with diisopropyl fluorophosphate
Nachmansohn_1951_Adv.Enzymol.Relat.Areas.Mol.Biol_12_259The enzymic hydrolysis and synthesis of acetylcholine
Ord_1951_Biochem.J_49_191The preparation of soluble cholinesterases from mammalian heart and brain
Peters_1951_Proc.Roy.Soc.London.B_139_143Lethal synthesis
Pulver_1951_Experientia_7_306Zur Spezifite sogenannter Esterasegifte
Ravin_1951_J.Biol.Chem_191_843Colorimetric estimation and histochemical demonstration of serum cholinesterase
Reader_1951_Am.J.Med_11_749Clinicopharmaceutical conference: use of curare and curare-like agents
Riker_1951_Ann.N.Y.Acad.Sci_54_373The pharmacology of Flaxedil, with observations on certain analogs
Riker_1951_Int.Rec.Med.Gen.Pract.Clin_164_716Pharmacology of flaxedil
Schein_1951_Nord.Hyg.Tidskr_4_112[Eye irritations in pool bathing]
Seaman_1951_J.Cell.Comp.Physiol_37_309Enzyme systems in Tetrahymena gelii S. II. Acetylcholinesterase activity. Its relation to motility of the organism and to coordinated ciliary action in general
Sekine_1951_J.Biochem_38_171Choline esterase in pig spermatozoa
Starzl_1951_J.Neurophysiol_14_461Ascending conduction in reticular activating system, with special reference to the diencephalon
Stegwee_1951_Physiol.Comparata.Oecol_2_241Studies on cholinesterase in insects
Tammelin_1951_Acta.Chem.Scand_5_322Calibration of an electrometric method for the determination of cholinesterase activity
Tammelin_1951_Nord.Med_46_1044[LT 1, a synthetic drug with effect similar to curare]
Thesleff_1951_Nord.Med_46_1045[Pharmacological and clinical tests with Lt 1 (O.O.-succinyl-choline-iodide)]
Tortorici_1951_Ann.Ital.Chir_28_497[Blood lipase following surgery]
Von Dardel_1951_Nord.Med_46_1308[Clinical results with succinyl choline iodide, a new muscle relaxant]
Walop_1951_Arch.Int.Pharmacodyn_59_145Studies on acetylcholine in the crustacean central nervous system
Wescoe_1951_Int.Rec.Med.Gen.Pract.Clin_164_718Pharmacology of anti-curare agents
Whittaker_1951_Physiol.Rev_31_312Specificity, mode of action and distribution of cholinesterases
Wilson_1951_Biochim.Biophys.Acta_7_466Mechanism of enzymic hydrolysis. I. Role of the acid group in the esteratic site of acetylcholinesterase
Wilson_1951_Biochim.Biophys.Acta_7_520Mechanism of hydrolysis. II. New evidence for an acylated enzyme as intermediate
Wilson_1951_J.Biol.Chem_190_111Acetylcholinesterase. XI. Reversibility of tetraethyl pyrophosphate (TEPP) inhibition
Wilson_1951_Q.J.Med_20_13Cholinesterase activity of blood and muscle in myasthenia gravis
Wilson_1951_Q.J.Med_20_21Cholinesterase inhibition and signs and symptoms in myasthenia gravis

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