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Etohd1  -  ethanol decreased 1

Mus musculus

 
 
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Disease relevance of Etohd1

 

High impact information on Etohd1

  • Additionally, ethanol decreased several osteoblastic parameters including osteoblast perimeter and osteoblast culture calcium retention in both il6(+/+) and il6(-/-) mice [5].
  • Ethanol decreased the affinity of the high affinity form of the receptor for isoproterenol but had no effect on the affinity of the low affinity form of the receptor, the proportion of high and low affinity forms of the receptor, the total number of agonist-binding sites, or antagonist binding [6].
  • These results indicate that chronic ingestion of ethanol decreased the fluidity and the ethanol sensitivity of the synaptic membranes [7].
  • In a previous study in ob/ob mice, breath ethanol decreased with a course of non-absorbable antibiotics, suggesting that the ethanol is derived from intestinal bacterial flora [8].
  • 3. Concentration-response analysis of NMDA- and glycine-activated current revealed that ethanol decreased the maximal response to both agonists without affecting their EC50 values [9].
 

Anatomical context of Etohd1

 

Associations of Etohd1 with chemical compounds

 

Other interactions of Etohd1

  • Activation of striatal adenylate cyclase by guanyl-5'-yl-imidodiphosphate occurred after a characteristic lag and inclusion of ethanol decreased the T1/2 of activation by guanyl-5'-yl-imidodiphosphate from 16.9 to 11.2 min [15].
  • In mice 4-12 weeks ingestion of ethanol decreased the concentration of a metallothionein-like protein fraction in the liver but not in the kidneys [16].

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  13. Spinal anesthesia by local anesthetics stimulates the enzyme protein kinase C and induces the expression of an immediate early oncogene, c-Fos. Nivarthi, R.N., Grant, G.J., Turndorf, H., Bansinath, M. Anesth. Analg. (1996) [Pubmed]
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