G. N. Kassil'

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The phenomenon of acetylcholine binding with human blood was described by the authors in 1961. At low temperature the blood of a healthy individual is found to bind within 24 h 29–13% of an added 1 ml acetylcholine in a 10−9 dilution. The amount of acetylcholine mixed by the blood of patients suffering from various diseases varied within a wide range. The(More)
Exper imen t s on noninbred albino r a t s showed changes in the ca techolamine me tabo l i sm in ascending te tanus . In the ea r ly s tages of the action of the toxin (24 h) these changes oons i s ted of i nc reased l ibera t ion of ea techolamines into the blood s t r e a m and the i r inc reased en t ry into the t i s sues . In the late s tages (4th(More)
The effect of adrenocortical hormones on catecholamine synthesis in the adrenals and heart of rats was studied after prolonged swimming (8 h). Catecholamine synthesis during incubation of the adrenals with L-tyrosine was sharply depressed after swimming. Addition of hydrocortisone or prednisolone in vitro (50 μg per sample) and also injection of these(More)
The effect of inject ion of adrenal in on the excre t ion of adrenal in , noradrenal in , dopamine, and DOPA in the ur ine was inves t iga ted in 84 subjects : 20 healthy p e r s o n s and 64 pa t ien ts with va r ious f o r m s of d i s turbance of autonomic ne rvous function. In healthy subjects changes in the excre t ion of the invest igated subs tances(More)