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Homeostasis in the gastric mucosa and blood circulation. Part 1. Mechanisms of the adequate blood flow maintenance in the gastric mucosa
Nitric oxide and prostaglandines are the most important low molecular weight compounds that play the main role in the maintenance of the basal gastric mucosal blood flow and in the development of hyperemic responses to harmful agents.
Electrophysiological analysis of activity in cardiac branches of vagus nerves in the course of viscero-cardiac reflexes.
The possibility of peripheral cholinolytic action of psychostimulants
The vagal bradycardia induced by electric stimulation of peripheral vagal end was decreased or even abolished by intravenous injection of sydnophen, and it was suggested that the cholinolytic effect of Sydnophen and amphetamine is due to different mechanisms.
Localization and structural functional organization of the nuclear system of the vagus nerves comprising the (cardiac center) of the medulla oblongata
Bioelectric activity of neurons in the medulla oblongata receiving afferent impulses from the heart
Parasympathetic regulation of the heart in teleosts and factors determining the regulatory direction of the chronotropic effect
The moment of vagal stimulation in respect to cardiac cycle, the duration of free running cardiac period and intensity of nerve activity were found to be the factors determining the regulatory direction of chronotropic effects (acceleration or inhibition of the heart).
Semax and some glyproline peptides accelerate the healing of acetic ulcers in rats
The dynamics of structural changes in the place of ulcer formation investigated with the use of cytohistological control demonstrated that their anti-ulcer effects can be related to their ability to accelerate ulcer clarification from necrotic tissues and to activate the process of cicatrisation and epithelization.
Current concepts concerning nervous regulation of cardiac activity in fish
Role of the temperature factor in determining the nature of the chronotropic response of the heart of cats in the simulation of increased venous inflow
Effects of glyprolines on development and healing of acetate ulcers in rats
Glyprolines inhibit development of acetic ulcers and enhance their healing in rats and led to a significant reduction of the lesions by 46,50 and 96%, respectively, vs controls.