|1.||Zhang, Yu: 1 article (03/2012)|
|2.||Wang, Xue-Ding: 1 article (03/2012)|
|3.||Li, Jia-Li: 1 article (03/2012)|
|4.||Zhou, Lie-Min: 1 article (03/2012)|
|5.||Chen, Zhuo-Jia: 1 article (03/2012)|
|6.||Wang, Hong-Sheng: 1 article (03/2012)|
|7.||Huang, Min: 1 article (03/2012)|
|8.||Zhou, Jue-Qian: 1 article (03/2012)|
|9.||Fang, Zi-Yan: 1 article (03/2012)|
|10.||Shu, Wen-Ying: 1 article (03/2012)|
07/01/1993 - "By contrast, no hyperammonemia was observed after the administration of 2-en-VPA which stimulated renal ammoniagenesis to a lesser extent than VPA and 4-en-VPA, resulting in no stimulation of the renal venous release of ammonia. "
05/01/1992 - "Is 2-propyl-4-pentenoic acid, a hepatotoxic metabolite of valproate, responsible for valproate-induced hyperammonemia?"
07/01/1993 - "Administration of VPA and 4-en-VPA stimulated the uptake of glutamine and glutamate and the production of ammonia by the rat kidney, resulting in an increase in the renal venous release of ammonia and in a hyperammonemia. "
02/01/1997 - "In this lectin affinity assay, the most potent analogues to significantly attenuate the affinity of exposed C6 glioma cells for concanavalin A lectin-coated plastic included 2-butylhexanoic acid, 2-propyl-4-pentenoic acid, 2-propylhexanoic acid and 2-ethylhexanoic acid in a manner which can be related to their relative teratogenic potencies in vivo. "
|1.||Valproic Acid (Valproate, Semisodium)
|2.||Glutamic Acid (Glutamate)