The anti-shock effect of anisodamine involves the novel ways of increasing of b-arrestin expression.
- At: 2009 FIP Congress in Istanbul (Turkey)
- Type: Poster
- By: CAI, Guo-Jun (The second military medical university, Shanghai, China)
- Co-author(s): Liu, Chong (The second military medical university, SHANGHAI, China)
Su, Ding-Feng (The second military medical university, SHANGHAI, China)
Background information: Anisodamine is a non-specific cholinergic antagonist exhibiting the usual spectrum of pharmacological effects. Moreover, anisodamine significantly reduced the mortality rate for fulminant epidemic meningitis and toxic bacillary dysentery. The putative and non-specific mechanisms proposed for the anti-shock effects of.. The access to the whole abstract and the presentation file is available to FIP members and to congress participants of that specific congress.