On the extracellular and intracellular venom activators, with special reference to lecithin, fatty acids and their compounds

H. Noguchi
1906 Experimental biology and medicine  
This influence is slow to wear off after the application but seems generally to favor the later activity of the musclein other words, it is conserving in character. Magnesium appears to be the element to which we may look with most reason when seeking an agent that shall suspend katabolic changes without permanently damaging living structures. It is clearly less hurtful than potassium in like concentration. Comparison of magnesium with potassium shows that the former is not so distinctly the
more » ... o distinctly the antagonist of calcium as is the latter. It also seems probable that the power to mediate vagus inhibition which Howell fixed upon potassium is a unique property of that element and not shared by magnesium. (2x7) On the extracellular and intracellular venom activators, with special reference to lecithin, fatty acids and their compounds.
doi:10.3181/00379727-4-74 fatcat:jvwe3ceixjemre4dl5ob352q7q