Victor H. Morgenroth

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This research explored the possibility that cyclic nucleotides are part of the excitation-secretion sequence in mammalian motor nerve terminals. A series of reagents known to react with the enzymes that synthesize and degrade cyclic nucleotides or that are effectors of cyclic nucleotide actions were administered to in vivo cat soleus nerve-muscle(More)
This research examined the effects of several cyclic nucleotides on in vivo cat soleus nerves and muscles. The reagents were administered by rapid close intra-arterial injection while electrical activity in single motor axons and contractile activity in the whole muscle were monitored. Cyclic N6-2'-O-dibutyryl adenosine 3',5'-monophosphate (dibutyryl cAMP)(More)
The science of toxicology has traditionally concerned itself with the biological effects of substances administered singly, and the results of such studies form our most important data base. When chemicals enter the environment, however, they form mixtures that vary in time and place, both qualitatively and quantitatively, to produce an infinite variety of(More)
Electrical stimulation of the rat locus coeruleus cases about a 300% increase in the activity of the tyrosine hydroxylase prepared from the hippocampus on the stimulated side and assayed in the presence of subsaturating concentrations of tyrosine and pteridine cofactor. Addition of calcium or cAMP to soluble preparations of tyrosine hydroxylase isolated(More)