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Adie_1956_Can.J.Biochem.Physiol_34_1091The purification of sarinase from bovine plasma
Adie_1956_Can.J.Biochem.Physiol_34_654The effect of the sarinase levels of liver on the survival of rabbits injected with sarin
Adie_1956_Can.J.Biochem.Physiol_34_80Kinetics of the enzymatic hydrolyses of sarin
Aprison_1956_Am.J.Physiol_184_244Cholinergic mechanism of brain involved in compulsive circling
Askew_1956_Br.J.Pharmacol.Chemother_11_42The nature of the toxicity of 2-oxo-oximes
Askew_1956_Br.J.Pharmacol_11_417Oximes and hydroxamic acids as antidotes in anticholinesterase poisoning
Augustinsson_1956_J.Physiol_131_257Histological, physiological and biochemical studies on the heart of two cyclostomes, hagfish (Myxine) and lamprey (Lampetra)
Bagdon_1956_Arch.Int.Pharmacodyn.Ther_108_27Toxicity and pharmacologie effects of dimethyl-carbamyl diethylthiocarbamyl sultide (DDS) in mammals
Bergmann_1956_Biochem.J_63_684The ph-dependence of enzymic ester hydrolyses
Bergstrom_1956_Annu.Rev.Biochem_25_177Metabolism of lipides
Berry_1956_Nature_177_789Phospholipid metabolism of skin
Birks_1956_Nature_178_1181Pharmacological inhibition of acetylcholine synthesis
Bovet_1956_Helv.Physiol.Pharmacol.Acta_14_430[Mechanism of the potentiation by diethylaminoethyl-diphenylpropylacetate hydrochloride of the effects of some curarizing agents]
Cheymol_1956_C.R.Hebd.Seances.Acad.Sci_242_195[Antagonistic action of thiamine-bound substances on the muscle-paralyzing effects of various acetylcholinomimetic curare-like substances]
Cheymol_1956_J.Physiol.(Paris)_48_445[Antagonism of thiamine and substances of the same group toward the muscle-paralyzing effects of acetylcholino-mimetic curarizing drugs]
Culver_1956_AMA.Arch.Ind.Health_13_37Studies of human exposure during aerosol application of malathion and chlorthion
Daly_1956_J.Physiol_133_475The effects of anticholinesterases upon peripheral vascular resistance in the dog
Davies_1956_Biochem.J_63_520The kinetics of reactivation by oximes of cholinesterase inhibited by organophosphorus compounds
De Robertis_1956_J.Biophys.Biochem.Cytol_2_307Electron microscope observations on synaptic vesicles in synapses of the retinal rods and cones
De Robertis_1956_J.Biophys.Biochem.Cytol_2_503Submicroscopic changes of the synapse after nerve section in the acoustic ganglion of the guinea pig; an electron microscope study
Del Castillo_1956_J.Physiol_132_630Localization of active spots within the neuromuscular junction of the frog
Del Castillo_1956_Prog.Biophys.Biophys.Chem_6_121Biophysical aspects of neuro-muscular transmission
Dubois_1956_AMA.Arch.Ind.Health_13_606Toxicity and mechanism of action of some metabolites of Systox
Durante_1956_Experientia_12_307Cholinesterase in the development of the ascidian, Ciona intestinales
Durham_1956_AMA.Arch.Ind.Health_13_326Paralytic and related effects of certain organic phosphorus compounds
Eaton_1956_Br.J.Haematol_2_333A new antibody, anti-Yta, characterizing a blood-group antigen of high incidence
Eccles_1956_J.Neurophysiol_19_75Central pathway for direct inhibitory action of impulses in largest afferent nerve fibres to muscle
Eccles_1956_J.Physiol_131_154Pharmacological investigations on a central synapse operated by acetylcholine
Eccles_1956_Prog.Neurobiol__72The inhibitory pathway to motoneurones
Einsel_1956_Anal.Chem_28_408Self-equilibrating method for determination of acid production rates
Emmelin_1956_J.Physiol_131_477The release of acetylcholine from perfused sympathetic ganglia and skeletal muscles
Epstein_1956_J.Am.Chem.Soc_78_341Kinetics of the reaction of isopropyl methylphosphonofluoridate with catechols at 25deg
Fallscheer_1956_J.Assoc.Agr.Chem_39_691Studies on the conversion of some thionophosphates and a dithiophosphate to in vitro cholinesterase inhibitors
Fange_1956_Acta.Physiol.Scand_38_173Electrophysiologic and pharmacological observations on trypsin-disintegrated embryonic chick hearts cultured in vitro
Fessard_1956_J.Physiol.(Paris)_48_541[Capacity, resistance and active variations of impedance in a neuronic soma]
Fleisher_1956_AMA.Arch.Ind.Health_14_510Visual method for estimating blood cholinesterase activity
Foldes_1956_Anesthesiology_17_559Comparison of the respiratory effects of suxamethonium and suxethonium in man
Friess_1956_J.Am.Chem.Soc_78_2482The acetylcholinesterase surface. VI. Further studies with cyclic isomers as inhibitors and substrates
Friess_1956_J.Am.Chem.Soc_78_966The acetylcholinesterase surface. V. Some new competitive inhibitors of moderate strength
Grob_1956_Arch.Int.Med_98_221The manifestations and treatment of poisoning due to nerve gas and other organic phosphate anticholinesterase compounds
Hagedorn_1956_Pharmazie_11_409[Structure of xanthocillin, a new antibiotic]
Hardwick_1956_Nature_177_667Pseudo-cholinesterase in the central nervous system of the frog
Hebb_1956_J.Physiol_132_667Choline acetylase in antero- and retro-grade degeneration of a cholinergic nerve
Hebb_1956_J.Physiol_133_566Choline acetylase in the developing nervous system of the rabbit and guinea-pig
Hebb_1956_J.Physiol_134_385Intracellular distribution of choline acetylase
Hebb_1956_J.Physiol_134_718Choline acetylase in the central nervous system of man and some other mammals
Hebb_1956_Nature_178_365Intracellular distribution of choline acetylase
Hobbiger_1956_Br.J.Pharmacol_11_295Chemical reactivation of phosphorylated human and bovine true cholinesterase
Holland_1956_Am.J.Physiol_187_501Effects of diazonium salts on erythrocyte fragility and cholinesterase activity
Holmes_1956_Trans.Am.Clin.Climat.Assoc_68_86Observations on acute and multiple exposure to anticholinesterase agents
Hoskin_1956_Can.J.Biochem.Physiol_34_743Some observations concerning the biochemical inertness of methylphosphonic and isopropyl methylphosphonic acids
Hoskin_1956_Can.J.Biochem.Physiol_34_75The enzymatic hydrolysis products of sarin
Huxley_1956_Br.Med.Bull_12_171The ultra-structure of striated muscle
Jandorf_1956_J.Agric.Food.Chem_4_853Mode of action of pesticides. Mechanism of reaction of di-n-propyl-2,2-dichlorovinyl phosphate (DDP) with esterases
Kahlson_1956_Acta.Physiol.Scand_37_159The distribution of cholinesterases in cats and changes caused by hypophysectomy, adrenalectomy, under nutrition and DOCA
Kalow_1956_Can.J.Biochem_34_637Kinetic studies on the hydrolyses of benzoylcholine by human serum cholinesterase
Kalow_1956_J.Pharmacol.Exp.Therap_116_34Abnormal behavior of human serum cholinesterase
Karczmar_1956_J.Pharmacol.Exp.Ther_116_245Changes in transport cholinesterase levels and responses to intravenously administered acetylcholine and benzoylcholine
Katz_1956_J.Physiol_131_665A note on electric recording from myoneural junctions
Kewitz_1956_Arch.Biochem.Biophys_64_456A specific antidote against lethal alkyl phosphate intoxication. II. Antidotal properties
Koelle_1956_J.Pharmacol.Exp.Therap_118_420The cerebral distributions of a tertiary and a quaternary anticholinesterase agent following intravenous and intraventricular injection
Kohn_1956_J.Pharm.Pharmacol_8_309The influence of anticholinesterases on the neuromuscular block produced by suxamethonium
Koketsu_1956_Am.J.Physiol_186_278Effect of sodium fluoride on nerve-muscle transmission
Konzett_1956_Helv.Physiol.Pharmacol.Acta_14_202[Ganglionic effect of muscarin]
Krivoy_1956_J.Pharmacol.Exp.Therap_116_220Adaptation to constant concentrations of acetylcholine
Kubistova_1956_Experientia_12_233Parathion metabolism in rat liver and kidney slices
Kunkel_1956_Proc.Soc.Exp.Biol.Med_92_519Antagonists to neuromuscular block produced by sarin
Lee_1956_Biochem.J_62_582Cholinesterase inactivation by snake venoms
Lehmann_1956_Lancet_11_124The familial incidence of low pseudocholinesterase level
Leplat_1956_Ann.Ocul.(Paris)_189_121Localization de l'acetylcholinesterase, et des mediateurs diphenoliques dans la retine
Loomis_1956_J.Pharmacol.Exp.Therap_118_123The effect of an aldoxime on acute sarin poisoning
Luthi_1956_Nature_178_981Autoradiography of end-plates with carbon-14-calabash-curarine I and carbon-14-decamethonium
Majcen_1956_Arch.Int.Pharmacodyn.Ther_108_232Functional role of cholinesterases in tissues with nicotinic and muscarinic actions of acetylcholine
Malmstrom_1956_Acta.Chem.Scand_10_1077Chromatography of human serum cholinesterase
Marini-Bettolo_1956_Rend.Ist.Sup.Sanit_19_954[Chemical and pharmacological research on alkaloids of Strychnos of Brazil]
Metcalf_1956_Ann.Entomol.Soc.Am_49_274Aromatic esterase in insects
Moore_1956_Brit.J.Indust.Med_13_214Two cases of poisoning with di-isopropyl-fluorophosphonate (DFP)
Mounter_1956_J.Biol.Chem_219_685Dialkylfluorophosphatase of kidney. V. The hydrolyses of organophosphorus compounds
Pantin_1956_Pubbl.Staz.Zool.Napoli_28_171The origin of the nervous system
Punte_1956_AMA.Arch.Ind.Health_13_352Influence of particle size on inhalation toxicity of paraoxon in rats
Ryall_1956_Br.J.Pharmacol.Chemother_11_339Some actions of chlorpromazine
Serlin_1956_J.Biol.Chem_233_727The size and shape of the radiosensitive acetylcholinesterase unit
Shukuya_1956_J.Biochem_43_315Kinetics of the human blood cholinesterase. V. The inhibition of acetylcholinesterase and cholinesterase by hydro en ion and tetraethylammonium bromide
Skou_1956_Acta.Pharmacol.Toxicol.(Copenh)_12_109Local anesthetics. VII. Local anesthetic potency and inhibition of acetylcholinesterase
Skou_1956_Acta.Pharmacol.Toxicol.(Copenh)_12_115Local anesthetics. VIII. Potency and inhibition of acetylcholinesterase in erythrocytes
Skramstad_1956_Acta.Physiol.Scand_36_383Cholinesterases of mice in relation to sex and age
Smallman_1956_J.Cell.Comp.Physiol_48_197Soluble and particulate cholinesterase in insects
Steinberg_1956_J.Org.Chem_21_660N-hydroxy aryl carbamates. A class of hydroxamc acids which form stable phosphorylated and sulfated derivatives
Stovner_1956_Acta.Pharmacol.Toxicol.(Copenh)_12_175The effect of choline on the action of anticholinesterases
Tauc_1956_C.R.Hebd.Seances.Acad.Sci_242_676[Inhibitory post-synaptic potentials in the nerve cells of the abdominal ganglion of Aplysia]
Tauc_1956_J.Physiol.(Paris)_48_715[Subliminal potentials in the neuronic soma of Aplysia and snails]
Thesleff_1956_Acta.Physiol.Scand_37_330A further analysis of the neuromuscular block caused by acetylcholine
Thesleff_1956_Acta.Physiol.Scand_37_335The effect of anesthetic agents on skeletal muscle membrane
Van der Kloot_1956_Nature_178_366Cholinesterase and sodium transport in frog muscle
Waser_1956_Helv.Physiol.Pharmacol.Acta_14_C55[Autoradiographic detection of C14-calabash curarine and C14-decamethonium in endplate]
Whittaker_1956_J.Biol.Chem_223_751Specific reactions of dinitrofluorobenzene with active groups of chymotrypsin
Wilson_1956_J.Am.Chem.Soc_78_202Acetylcholinesterase: enthalpies and entropies of activation
Wolfe_1956_J.Cell.Comp.Physiol_48_215The properties of cholinesterase from insects
Wollenberg_1956_Angew.Chem_68_41Neuer spezifischer Nachweis des lnsektizides Bayer 17147 Gusathion
Zajicek_1956_Acta.Haematol_15_296Studies on the histogenesis of blood platelets. II. Quantitative determination of acetylcholinesterase activity in single megakaryocytes from various mammals
Zajicek_1956_Exp.CellRes_11_568Quantitative determination of cholinesterase activity in individuel cells


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