Metrazol

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Synonyms for Metrazol

a drug used as a circulatory and respiratory stimulant

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against seizures induced by pentylenetetrazole and electroconvulsive shock in mice.
Pentylenetetrazole injections resulted in significantly increased brain nitric oxide content compared to the saline control value (41.9 [+ or -] 1.2 vs.
Seizures induced by pentylenetetrazole in the adult zebrafish: A detailed behavioral characterization.
treatment, seizure was induced by subcutaneous administration of pentylenetetrazole (85 mg [kg.sup.-1]), at the nape of the neck, and immediately placed in plastic observational cages.
Liu, "Possible effect of low current transcranial focal stimulation via tripolar concentric ring electrodes on behavioral seizure activity induced by pentylenetetrazole in rats," Epilepsy Currents, vol.
[N.sup.6]-(4-hydroxybenzyl) adenine riboside; p.o., oral (per os); scPTZ, subcutaneous pentylenetetrazole; SSADH.
Seizures: Mice received pentylenetetrazole (PTZ; 85 mg [kg.sup.-1]; i.p.) and the latencies to the first seizure and to death (anticonvulsant response) were evaluated during 20 min (Erdogan, Golgeli, Arman, & Ersoy, 2004).
[66.] Wiemann M, Wittkowaski W, Altrup U, Speckmann EJ (1995) Alterations of neuronal fibers after epileptic activity induced by pentylenetetrazole: fine structure investigated by calcium cytochemistry and neurobiotin labeling (buccal ganglia, Helix pomatia).
(2013) Cannabidivarin (CBDV) suppresses pentylenetetrazole (PTZ)-induced increases in epilepsy-related gene expression.
GABA blockade with pentylenetetrazole (PTZ) has been well known for decades.
For these reasons, we studied the acute effects of exogenous intraperitoneally (ip) administered NPY in adult rats following pentylenetetrazole (PTZ) intoxication, particularly during the early phases that are reasonably crucial in the establishment of brain injury.