L N Shalkovskaia

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In anesthetised cats, i.v. administration of epinephrine (EP) in combination with acetylcholine (ACH) caused a decline of arterial pressure (AP), cardiac output (CO) and heart rate (HR) whereas stroke volume (SV) and total peripheral resistance (TPR) were increased. Combined administration of the HIS (histamine) and EP caused a decrease in only the AP and(More)
The kindling phenomenon was produced after chronic electrostimulation of the cat amygdala. The duration and intensity of petit mal and grand mal were recorded. The M-cholinomimetic arecoline (0.3 mg/kg), the acetylcholinesterase inhibitor galanthamine (1-3 mg/kg) and the N-cholinergic blockers eterofen (5-10 mg/kg) and ganglerone (035-3.5 mg/kg)(More)
A comparison was made between the reinforcing properties of a purposive attack provoked by stimulation of the hypothalamus and those of natural behaviour based on a certain motivation and exteroceptive stimuli. A model of an experiment with two cats has been evolved which made it possible to study simultaneously their behaviour in response to one and the(More)
The experiments were made on cats with electrodes chronically implanted in the hypothalamus and the amygdala. The effects of electrical stimulation of the points from which the food reactions were initially evoked, were transformed into an avoidance reaction, if stimulation was applied in surroundings where the animals had previously received pain stimuli.(More)
In chronic experiments on cats with unilateral ablations of the motor cortical area, recovery of motor function of the contralateral forelimb was observed in average on the 31-th day after ablation. Stimulation of M-cholinoreactive brain biosystems by galantamine in combination with simultaneous suppression of N-cholinoreactive biosystems by ganglerone,(More)