②The canines were treated with venous injections of saline of the same volume in the blank control group compound danshen parenteral solution 2.0 mg/kg in the compound danshen group total saponins of paeonia 1.5 3.0 and 6.0 mg/kg groups in the total saponins of paeonia 1.5 3.0 and 6.0 mg/kg groups respectively.
Results: The best synergism of inhibitting RSV was showed when 100 μg/ml Ara-AMP and 1 000 u,g/ml injectio Bupleurum was combined, and the least synergism against RSV was showed when 3. 125 μg/ml Ara-AMP and 31. 25μg/ml injectio Bupleurum was combined.
Benzene-acetone (4:1,V/V)was used as developing agent to soparate amidopyrine and barbitone from the compound amidopyrine injection solution on the silica G plate,and Dual wave thin-layer chromatographic densitometry was used to determine amidopyrine (λ_s = 270nm, λ_R=340nm)and barbitone (λ_x=205nm,λ_R=320nm).
The linear range was from 0.2 μg/L to 200 μg/L with a linear correlation coefficient of 0.9989 and the relative standard deviation (RSD) of peak area for eleven successive injections of 0.5 μg/L perchlorate was 4.2%.
Injections of fraction II (67 kDa) provided the highest protection of carp against the disease.
Injections of proteins contained in fraction II caused stronger effects on certain biochemical parameters in the fish liver (fatty acids of phospholipids and cathepsin B and D activities) in comparison to infections of the live culture.
Isoproterenol injections (0.3 mg/kg for eight days) proved to induce myocardial hypertrophy, which was more pronounced in the right than in the left ventricle.
Interleukin-1β or Escherichia coli lipopolysaccharide injections also had a long-term stimulating effect on intestinal receptors.
The detection level calculated for diquat and paraquat was 30 and 40 nM, respectively in the injection solution.
This method was used for determining EP concentrations in epinephrine hydrochloride injection solution with satisfactory results.
Two percent sodium azide was added to the injection solution of two of the columns to prevent biodegradation of the studied organic mixture.
We have varied molar ratio of reactants (DMS:Sn/II/), concentration of Sn-DMS chelate and pH of 99mTc-DMS injection solution and examined their influence on biodistribution.
FA-precipitation, tubular necrosis, vascular lesions and renal insufficiency were largely prevented or at least diminished by further alkalinization of the injection solution (using 1 M NaHCO3 as solvent).