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THE relatively large amounts of catecholamines found in the hearts of cyclostomes1,2 suggest that these substances may be stored in specific cells or cellular structures. Preliminary examination with… (More)
Jeffers, Lindauer, Twaddle and Wolferth1 reported in 1940 that removal of three of the four kidneys in a pair of parabiotic rats resulted in hypertension in the nephrectomized animal. Grollman and… (More)
THE demonstration that noradrenaline constitutes the specific neurohormone of adrenergic nerve fibres (sympathin N)1 has directed attention to the occurrence of this substance in biological material.… (More)
THE presence of substance P in the central nervous system was first shown by Euler and Gaddum1. According to recent work on the distribution of this substance in the brain2,3, the largest amounts are… (More)
NORMAL urine contains a pressor principle1 which has been identified as iso-amylamine2 and found to account for most of the urine pressor action.
DURING a study of the catechol compounds in human urine it was observed that acid hydrolysis (20 min., 1 N sulphuric acid, 100° C.) caused a large increase in the content of some catechol compounds,… (More)
IN a previous communication, the isolation from urine of a volatile base with nicotine-like action has been announced1. The active substance was obtained from normal fresh cow's urine by means of… (More)
In Nebennierenextrakten von Meerschweinchen wurde folgendes gefunden: sie enthaltenl-Noradrenalin, das 15,9–31% der gesamten Katecholverbindungen ausmacht.
DURING a quantitative study of the piperidine content of various animal organs, following the identification of this substance as a normal constituent of urine1, it was observed that most organs… (More)
SUB-CELLULAR storage particles containing noradrenaline (NA) have been demonstrated in noradrenergic nerves and in organs supplied with such nerves1,2. The nerve vesicles, which have a diameter of… (More)