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The effect of membrane-stabilizing ganglionic blocking agents was found to be decreased in the ganglia of diabetic cats. Similarly, the sensitivity to membrane-stabilizing muscle relaxants of motor endplates in diabetic rats was also diminished, while the effectivity of depolarizing agents was augmented. Analysing the mechanism of action of these phenomena,(More)
The susceptibility to d-tubocurarine, gallamine, pancuronium, succinylcholine, and decamethonium of the motor endplate innervated by the anterior tibial nerve was studied in alloxan diabetic rats and in rats pretreated with cortisone and dexamethasone. The sensitivity to various muscle relaxants of cholinergic receptors in the motor endplate of alloxan(More)
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