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Par Pharma Sued For Abusing Monopoly Of Vasopressin


Law360 (subscription) - Jul 29, 2016
Law360, New York (July 28, 2016, 12:50 PM EDT) -- Fresenius Kabi USA LLC on Wednesday filed suit in a New Jersey federal court against Par Pharmaceutical Cos. Inc., the maker of an intravenous vasopressin solution, alleging the company abused its ...
 

Why do I need to go to wee so often? 7 causes of frequent urination


BT.com - Jan 4, 2017
Not only that, but alcohol suppresses the hormone (vasopressin) which tells kidneys to reabsorb water rather than flush it out, so the bladder fills up with liquid. Professor Oliver James, Head of Clinical Medical Sciences at Newcastle University ...
 

New drug targets stress system to curb alcohol dependence


Addiction Now - Dec 16, 2016
What makes the drug, called ABT-436, different from other anti-addiction drugs is that it blocks vasopressin, a hormone vital in how we form attachments. “We were looking at different aspects of addiction and one of the ones that we have looked at is ...
 

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Vasopressin and Oxytocin: From Genes to Clinical Applications, Volume 139 (Progr


 

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Neurobiology of Vasopressin


With contributions by Clarke, G.; Lang, R.E.; McKinley, M.J.; Merrick, L.P.; Rascher, W.; Richter, D.; Sofroniew, M.; Unger, T.; Weindl, A.
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Oxytocin, Vasopressin and Related Peptides in the Regulation of Behavior


The mammalian neurohypophyseal peptide hormones oxytocin and vasopressin act to mediate human social behavior - they affect trust and social relationships and have an influence on avoidance responses. Describing the evolutionary roots of the effects that these neuropeptides have on behavior, this book examines remarkable parallel findings in both humans and non-human animals. The chapters are structured around three key issues: the molecular and neurohormonal mechanisms of peptides; phylogenetic considerations of their role in vertebrates; and their related effects on human behavior, social cognition and clinical applications involving psychiatric disorders such as autism.
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Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Disorders in Small Animal Practice - Elsevier eBook on VitalSource , 4e


by: Stephen P. DiBartola DVM DACVIM