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The effect of free silica on the mucosal protective and antiflatulent properties of polydimethylsiloxane
Biochemical and structural changes in rat liver resulting from the parenteral administration of a large dose of sodium salicylate
Quantitative measurement of gastrointestinal bleeding in rats: the effect of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
The effect of sodium salicylate on the release of acid phosphatase activity from rat liver lysosomes in vitro
The role of the intestinal mucosa in cholesterol metabolism: its relation to plasma and luminal cholesterol
Effects of the non-steroidal antiphlogistics on the gastric mucosal barrier and hexosamine content in rats
Antipeptic activity of a sulfate glycopeptide different behavior with purified human pepsin or human gastric juice
Metabolism of aspirin in rumen and corpus tissues of rat stomach during first four minutes after administration
Enzyme release from human leukocytes and degradation of cartilage matrix. Effects of antirheumatic drugs
Aspirin, indomethacin, catecholamine and prostaglandin interactions on rat arterioles and rabbit hearts
The gastric mucous barrier: influence of protein-bound carbohydrate in mucus on the rate of proteolysis of gastric mucus
Influence of achlorhydria on aspirin-induced occult gastrointestinal blood loss: studies in Addisonian pernicious anaemia
Effects of salicylates on the gastric mucosa as revealed by roentgen examination and the gastrocamera
An immunological and histoimmunological study of gastric sulphoglycoproteins in healthy and aspirin-treated dogs
Effects in vivo and in vitro of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs on (rat stomach) histidine decarboxylase
The biosynthesis of intestinal mucins. The effect of salicylate on glycoprotein biosynthesis by sheep colonic and human gastric mucosal tissues in vitro
Gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer and gastric carcinoma: a case-control study of certain social and environmental factors.
Inhibition of protein biosynthesis by salicylate in gastric-mucosal scrapings of pig and man in vitro
Influence of the ABO blood group and salivary ABH secretor status on the cell-removing effect of aspirin on human gastric mucosa
Biochemical properties of anti-inflammatory drugs. 8. Inhibition of histamine formation catalyzed by substrate specific mammalian histidine decarboxylases. Drug antagonism of aldehyde binding to protein amino groups
Relationship between lesion production, absorption, and distribution of 14C-labeled acetylsalicylic acid
The two-component mucous barrier; its activity in protecting the gastroduodenal mucosa against peptic ulceration
The effects of salicylate on creatine phosphate and adenosine triphosphate in the isolated rat diaphragm
Studies on mucoproteins. V. The significance of N-acetylneuraminic acid for the viscosity of ovine submaxillary gland mucoprotein
Comparative effect of acetylsalicylic acid and acetylsalicylic acid anhydride on the nonglandular portion of the rat stomach
Effects of salicylate and gamma-resorcylate on the metabolism of radioactive succinate and fumarate by rat-liver mitochondria and on dehydrogenase enzymes
EFFECTS OF SALICYLATE, GAMMA-RESORCYLATE AND GENTISATE ON OXIDASE ENZYME SYSTEMS FROM GUINEA-PIG LIVER MITOCHONDRIA
BIOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUGS-II. SOME EFFECTS ON SULPHATE-35S METABOLISM IN VIVO
The role of aspirin in gastric ulceration . Some factors involved in the development of gastric mucosal damage induced by aspirin in rats exposed to various stress conditions
Relationship of gastric mucosal damage induced in pigs by antiinflammatory drugs to their effects on prostaglandin production
Selective cytotoxic actions of aspirin on parietal cells: a principal factor in the early stages of aspirin-induced gastric damage
Studies with specific agonists and antagonists of the role of histamine H1- and H2-receptor activation in the pathogenesis of gastric lesions in rats
'Towards assays of gastro-intestinal toxicity of non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs with improved predictive value in man'
A synergistic interaction between aspirin, or other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, and stress which produces severe gastric mucosal damage in rats and pigs
Structure-activity relationships of non-steroid anti-inflammatory drug 1. Gastric ulcerogenic activity
Effect of other drugs and chemicals on the degradation of aspirin in vitro: possible extrapolation to in vivo metabolism of aspirin
A randomized trial measuring fecal blood loss after treatment with rofecoxib, ibuprofen, or placebo in healthy subjects
JB-9322, a new selective histamine H2-receptor antagonist with potent gastric mucosal protective properties
Histamine and stress ulcer: new components in organizing a sequential trial on cimetidine prophylaxis in seriously ill patients and definition of a special group at risk (severe polytrauma)
Non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs: combined assay for anti-edemic potency and gastric ulcerogenesis in the same animal
Effect of encapsulation of mefenamic acid with cationic Eudragit E on its bioavailability and gastric ulcerogenic activity in rabbits
The biochemical basis of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug-induced damage to the gastrointestinal tract: a review and a hypothesis
Prevention of the gastrotoxicity of aspirin and related drugs in rats by lithium salts and sodium thiocyanate
Pharmacological activity of FPP028 (2-phenylpyrazolo-4-ethyl-4,7-dihydro [1,5a]pyrimidin-7-one) a new non-steroid anti-inflammatory agent
The use of a 51Cr technique to detect gastrointestinal microbleeding associated with nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs
Prevention by bismuth subsalicylate of gastric mucosal lesions in response to noxious stimuli in rats
Relations between gastric irritancy/ulcerogenicity and anti-oedemic activity of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
Plasma aspirin esterases in normal individuals, patients with alcoholic liver disease and rheumatoid arthritis: characterization and the importance of the enzymic components
Correlation between gastric irritancy and anti-inflammatory activity of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
Esterification of acidic anti-inflammatory drugs suppresses their gastrotoxicity without adversely affecting their anti-inflammatory activity in rats
Replacing the acetyl linkage in aspirin with choline and magnesium moieties reduces the occurrence of gastric mucosal injury
The influence of antirheumatic drugs on the occurrence of peptic ulcers. A controlled study of patients with chronic rheumatic diseases
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