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“…The present findings in depressed patients t~eated with ECT differ from results obtained in some animal studies on tryptophan metabolites after electroconvulsive shock (4,5,14). On the other hand, the present findings agree with those clinical studies which also failed to find either alterations in tryptophan and its metabolites in blood of patients given ECT (12,18) or restoration of tryptophan metabolism to completely normal levels in depressed patients after remis• sion (2,3,6,9,29,32). While many current theories consider antidepressant actions to be mediated at least in part by effects of treatments on tryptophan and its metabolites, the load test used in the present study failed to demonstrate such relations reliable.…”
Section: Statistical Analysis Consisted Of Analysis Of Variance Tukesupporting
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“…The present findings in depressed patients t~eated with ECT differ from results obtained in some animal studies on tryptophan metabolites after electroconvulsive shock (4,5,14). On the other hand, the present findings agree with those clinical studies which also failed to find either alterations in tryptophan and its metabolites in blood of patients given ECT (12,18) or restoration of tryptophan metabolism to completely normal levels in depressed patients after remis• sion (2,3,6,9,29,32). While many current theories consider antidepressant actions to be mediated at least in part by effects of treatments on tryptophan and its metabolites, the load test used in the present study failed to demonstrate such relations reliable.…”
Section: Statistical Analysis Consisted Of Analysis Of Variance Tukesupporting
“…Werdinius (1962) used internal standards in measuring 5-hydroxytryptamine in brain and concluded that the large differences between animals were real. Brain is not unique in this respect, for a wide range was also noted in the concentration of 5-hydroxytryptamine in human blood (Green, Paasonen & Giarman, 1957).…”
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“…It should be added that both the urinary excretion of 5-HT and the level of 5-HT in blood [401, 623bJ and in liquor [1217J of schizophrenic subjects do not differ significantly from those of normal subjects, and that electroshock therapy does not alter either the 5-HT concentration in blood or the urinary excretion of 5-HIAA [516,662].…”
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