Publications by: H.D. McCarthy

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Malabu, U.H., Ware, M.A., Kilpatrick, A.M., Dryden, S., McCarthy, H.D., and Williams, G. (1993) Vanadate lowers blood glucose in diabetic rats by suppressing food intake: absence of a specific anti-diabetic action. Diabetic Medicine, 10 (S1). S32-S33.

Dryden, S., McCarthy, H. D., Ware, M., Malabu, U., and Williams, G. (1993) Alterations in neuropeptide Y levels in the hypothalamus of the rat following treatment with methysergide. Clinical Science, 84 (Supplement No. 28). p. 44.

Dryden, S., McCarthy, H.D., Kilpatrick, A., Malabu, U., MacFarlane, I., and Williams, G. (1993) Effects of chronic nicotine administration on hypothalamic neuropeptide Y levels in the rat. Clinical Science, 84 (Supplement No. 28). p. 44.

Williams, Gareth, McCarthy, H. David, McKibbin, Pauline E., Malabu, Usman, and Leitch, Helen F. (1993) Neuroendocrine disturbances in diabetes: role of hypothalamic regulatory peptides. In: Shafrir, Eleazar, (ed.) Frontiers in Diabetes Research: biennial review volume 1992. Lessons From Animal Diabetes, 4 . Smith-Gordon, London, UK, pp. 203-217.

Malabu, Usman H., McCarthy, H. David, McKibbin, Pauline E., and Williams, Gareth (1992) Peripheral insulin administration attenuates the increase in neuropeptide Y concentrations in the hypothalamic arcuate nucleus of fasted rats. Peptides, 13 (6). pp. 1097-1102.

Malabu, U.H., Cotton, S.J., Kruszynska, Y.T., McCarthy, H D., McKibbin, P.E., and Williams, G. (1992) Acute hyperinsulinaemia causes an increase in neuropeptide Y (NPY) concentrations in the hypothalamic arcuate nucleus of the rat. Diabetic Medicine, 9 (S1). 7A-7A.

McKibbin, P.E., McCarthy, H.D., Malabu, U., Dryden, S., Kilpatrick, A., and Williams, G. (1992) D-Fenfluramine (D-Fen) improves insulin sensitivity and glucose tolerance in insulin-deficient rats. Clinical Science, 83 (Supplement No. 27). pp. 3-4.

Malabu, U.H., McCarthy, H.D., McKibbin, P.E., Burrows, C., and Williams, G. (1992) Is insulin a satiety signal? Insulin treatment antagonises starvation-induced increases in neuropeptide Y concentrations in the arcuate nucleus of the rat. Clinical Science, 83 (Supplement No. 27). p. 3.

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