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Cardiovascular Response to Mental Stress in Normal Adolescents with Hypertensive Parents: Hemodynamics and Mental Stress in Adolescents
TLDR
Increased central nervous system mediated adrenergic activity and cardiovascular response in labile hypertension and also in some normotensive subjects with a genetic risk for hypertension are demonstrated.
CHEMICAL AND HISTOCHEMICAL EVALUATION OF THE DISTRIBUTION OF CATECHOLAMINES IN THE RABBIT AND GUINEA PIG HEARTS.
Chemical determinations of nor adrenaline (NA), adrenaline (A), and dopamine (DA) were made in the right and left atria and ventricles (RA, LA RV. LV) of rabbit and guinea pig hearts. The
Relationship between adenine nucleotide metabolism and irreversible ischemic tissue damage in isolated perfused rat heart.
TLDR
The relationship between energy metabolism and the extent of irreversible ischemic damage was examined in an isolated perfused working rat heart and loss of adenine nucleotides appears to be an excellent marker for irreversible heart failure.
Acetylcholinesterase‐Containing Nerve Fibers in the Canine Kidney
TLDR
The kidney is innervated by acetylcholinesterase-containing nerves which are independent of the adrenergic nerve supply, and ganglion cells found in the hilus of the unsuccessfully denervated kidneys appeared to be the source of the acetyl cholinesTERase- containing nerves.
Cardiovascular Characteristics in Adolescents Who Develop Essential Hypertension
TLDR
It is indicated that adolescents with borderline hypertension displaying these characteristics have a greater risk for EH than previously reported.
Histochemical Demonstration of Uptake of Exogenous Norepinephrine by Adrenergic Fibers in vitro
TLDR
Adrenergic fibers in isolated iris preparations were demonstrated histochemically by means of the formaldehyde condensation technique and there was a net uptake of norepinephrine added in vitro by the adrenergic fibers producing a striking increase in fluorescence.
Regional Distribution of Catecholamines in the Dog Heart
  • E. Angelakos
  • Medicine, Biology
    Circulation research
  • 1 January 1965
TLDR
It is concluded that no sample of the heart can be considered as representative of the entire organ, and that the catecholamine content of the whole heart cannot be taken as reflecting the concentrations in various specific areas.
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