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Noradrenergic mechanisms and the cardiovascular actions of nitroglycerin.
Factors influencing the altered pain perception in the spontaneously hypertensive rat
Dopaminergic nature of apomorphine-induced pecking in pigeons.
Central noradrenergic activity is responsible for nitroglycerin-induced cardiovascular effects in the nucleus tractus solitarii
Dopaminergic effects of non-hydroxylated rigid analogs of apomorphine.
Release of intestinal 5-hydroxytryptamine by morphine and related agents.
Perfusion of isolated dog intestinal segments with calcium iondeficient solutions reversibly decreased intestinal responses to morphine, codeine, levorphanol, 5-HT, nicotine and acetylcholine.
Pharmacological testing methods for drugs acting on the peripheral nervous system.
Studies on the Nature of a Prostaglandin Receptor in Canine and Rabbit Vascular Smooth Muscle
Findings support the hypothesis that con tractile responses of rabbit renal and canine tibial arteries to prosta glandins are dependent on interactions between prostaglandins and disulfide groups located in or on the vascular smooth muscle cell, and the concept that membrane disulfides groups may be integral com ponents of vascular smoother muscle receptors for prostag landins.
The ability of various nicotinic agents to release acetylcholine from synaptic vesicles.