GP Zaloga

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Phenylpropanolamine (PPA) is a sympathomimetic agent, very similar in structure to amphetamine. In the United States, it is present in over 130 medications, primarily anorectic agents and cough and cold remedies, many available without a prescription. The effects of PPA on blood pressure (BP) remain controversial and its mechanisms of action unknown. We(More)
Glucagon and its receptors have been identified within the mammalian brain, and their anatomical distribution correlates well with the distribution of opioid peptides and their receptors. To evaluate possible physiological interactions between these two peptidergic systems, we examined the effects of glucagon on two opioid responses - bradycardia and(More)
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