R. D. Samilova

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Acute tests with rats demonstrated that the adrenoblocking agent phentolamine acts predominantly on the potassium level in the myocardium, raising its total, intra- and extra-cellular content. The effect of anapriline was mainly on sodium. Thyramine, which like adrenoblocking agents displays a catecholine-reducing effect, did not produce any similar changes(More)