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G.U. Corsini
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Current Trends in Lithium and Rubidium Therapy.

based on the proceedings of the "International Meeting on Lithium and Rubidium Therapy". Current Trends in Lithium and Rubidium Therapy. Proceedings of an International Symposium on Lithium and Rubidium Therapy held in Venice, 29 September–1st October 1983.

from book Current Trends in Lithium and Rubidium Therapy: Proceedings of an International Symposium on. .The discovery of rubidium goes back to 1861 when Bunsen and Kirkhoff isolated it from rocks containing lepidolite

from book Current Trends in Lithium and Rubidium Therapy: Proceedings of an International Symposium on Lithium and Rubidium Therapy held in Venice, 29 September–1st October 1983 (p. 9-75). The effect of rubidium and lithium on adenylate cyclase and neurotransmitter receptors. Chapter · January 1984 with 12 Reads. The discovery of rubidium goes back to 1861 when Bunsen and Kirkhoff isolated it from rocks containing lepidolite. Therefore, its use in therapy only began in 1880, with its employment against epilepsy, syphilis, and cardiac insufficiency.

The idea of this Symposium originated due to the establishment of a united Institute of Pharmacy, Chemistry and .

The idea of this Symposium originated due to the establishment of a united Institute of Pharmacy, Chemistry and Biology at BelSU, which now facilitates exchange of views across disciplines, and to the dynamic development of Scientific Educational Center ‘Innovative Solutions in Agri-Business’ administered by BelSU, which was among the first five centers of this kind in Russia to receive state funding for. further development.

Lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, and caesium s (MO2P(OC16H33)2), which are known to produce vesicles in the presence of water, were found to show thermotropic behavior. For Li and Na, only a two-dimensional columnar mesophase is observed, the structure of which involves the polar headgroups of the molecules, .

by Giovanni Umberto Corsini.

The rubidium-strontium dating method is a radiometric dating technique used by scientists to determine the age of rocks and minerals from the quantities they contain of specific isotopes of rubidium (87Rb) and strontium (87Sr, 86Sr)

The rubidium-strontium dating method is a radiometric dating technique used by scientists to determine the age of rocks and minerals from the quantities they contain of specific isotopes of rubidium (87Rb) and strontium (87Sr, 86Sr). Development of this process was aided by German chemists Otto Hahn and Fritz Strassmann, who later went on to discover nuclear fission in December 1938.

Sabath nd Biomedical Press ; Sole distributors for the USA and Canada, Elsevier North Holland Inc Amsterdam ; New York : New York 1981. Australian/Harvard Citation.

The effect of chlorous salts of cesium, lithium, and rubidium on the analgetic action of morphine (according to the vocalization test) and also on the pattern of the dependence on.

The effect of chlorous salts of cesium, lithium, and rubidium on the analgetic action of morphine (according to the vocalization test) and also on the pattern of the dependence on it (according to the so-called "two-bottle test") was studied. As shown, the salts under investigation decreased both the algesic reaction threshold and the duration of morphine-induced analgesia; cesium chloride proved most active in this respect. All the compounds studied decrease the morphine preference coefficient. LITHIUM, ELEMENTAL - Hazardous Substances Data Bank.

Lithium chloride and rubidium chloride were tested under conditions in which the effects of their chronic administration on d behavior could be assessed

Lithium chloride and rubidium chloride were tested under conditions in which the effects of their chronic administration on d behavior could be assessed. Lithium attenuated shock-induced suppression of open-field activity when that suppression was under the control of mild or moderate stimulus parameters, but had no effect on the suppression produced by the presence of shock itself. Effects of lithium and rubidium on shock-induced changes in open-field activity.

Lithium research and therapy needs to be continually re-evaluated on the basis of modern methodological approaches in order to shed new light on the mechanism of action and to improve therapeutic use. This book. based on the proceedings of the "International Meeting on Lithium and Rubidium Therapy" held in Venice from September 30th to October 2nd 1983. is devoted to current trends in the pharmacology and clinical aspects of lithium and of a newly born therapeutic cation. rubidium. The first part of this volume deals with modern trends in behavioural and biochemical approaches to the mechanism of action of lithium. A larger consideration is reserved for lithium therapy from a clinical point of view and includes re-assessment of long-term treatment with regard to serum levels. biological and psychological predictors. side-effects and new therapeutic uses. A smaller section is concerned with some recent clinical studies on rubidium. This volume should be an invaluable aid to all psychiatrists and those who work in the field of research of these pharmacological active metals. G. U. Corsini List of contributors A. ALCIATI L. BELLODI Institute of Clinical Psychiatry Institute of Clinical Psychiatry University of Milan University of Milan Milan Milan Italy Italy R. H. BELMAKER A. AMDISEN Jerusalem Mental Health Center Psychopharmacology Research Unit Ezrath Nashim Aarhus University, Jerusalem Psychiatric Hospital.