E V Mandriko

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The cholinolytic effect of sydnophen discovered in earlier anesthetized cats was confirmed on unanesthetized fish and frogs: the vagal bradycardia induced by electric stimulation of peripheral vagal end was decreased or even abolished by intravenous injection of sydnophen (0.2-20 mg/kg). The amphetamine (0.2-30 mg/kg) also blocked the vagal bradycardia in(More)
Intravenous bolus injection of sydnophen (0.002-20 micrograms/kg) resulted in decrease or complete abolition of bradycardia induced by electrical stimulation of vagal peripheral end of anesthetized cats. The cholinolytic effects are dose-dependent. The small dose of sydnophen (0.002 micrograms/kg) which wasn't able to cause any alteration of EEG, heart rate(More)
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