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Differential actions of L‐cysteine on responses to nitric oxide, nitroxyl anions and EDRF in the rat aorta
The similarity between the inhibitory effects of L‐cysteine on responses to EDRF and on those to nitroxyl suggests that a component of the response to E DRF may be mediated by nitroxy anion.
Cigarette Smoking and Plasma Levels of Nicotine
Improved the method by using the newly developed alkali flame ionization detector6 (AFID) with the gas-liquid chromatograph (GLC) so that it is sensitive to 1 ng/ml of nicotine in a 2.5 ml.
Evidence that part of the NANC relaxant response of guinea‐pig trachea to electrical field stimulation is mediated by nitric oxide
The results suggest that NO and VIP are mediators of NANC‐induced relaxations of guinea‐pig tracheal smooth muscle and the term ‘nitrergic’ is proposed to describe transmission processes which are mediated by NO.
Nitric oxide as a neurotransmitter in peripheral nerves: nature of transmitter and mechanism of transmission.
The adjectival term nitrergic is used to describe the mode of transmission that involves nitric oxide (NO) and, by extension, the transmitter and the nerves from which it originates and the appraisal of the balance of the evidence indicates that it is justified.
The action of sympathomimetic amines in animals treated with reserpine
SYMPATHETIC POSTGANGLIONIC CHOLINERGIC FIBRES
It is suggested that a form of adrenergic mechanism may exist such that cholinergic fibres in the postganglionic sympathetic supply liberate acetylcholine; this in turn liberates noradrenaline from a store around the sympathetic nerve ending.
The inhibitory innervation of the taenia of the guinea‐pig caecum
1. The inhibitory innervation of the taenia of the guinea‐pig caecum has been studied, after blocking the responses to stimulation of excitatory cholinergic nerves with atropine.
Action of Nicotine on the Heart
The recovery of piperazine added to normal urine was found to be satisfactory and a constant correction of 5 plg.
The relation of circulating noradrenaline to the effect of sympathetic stimulation
The vasoconstriction caused by sympathetic stimulation before and after the infusion of noradrenaline was studied to obtain information on the role of the norADrenaline normally present in the vessel walls.