Yu. L. Pines

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  • Yu. L. Pines
  • Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine
  • 2004
In a previous investigation [4] the nature of the depression of the activity of the renal receptors arising during the first 1-5 sec of their transient and intensive stimulation (the phenomenon of adaptation) was studied. The object of the present investigation was to continue the electrophysiological analysis of the activity of the renal receptors and to(More)
  • Yu. L. Pines
  • Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine
  • 2004
An oscillographic investigation of the efferent and afferent impulsation in the nerves of the renal plexus was performed in rabbits during the development of experimental neurogenic (reflex) hypertension. The efferent and afferent impulsation is increased in frequency and amplitude with an arterial pressure rise; grouping of the afferent impulses in the(More)
The nervous sys t em is known to play an important role in the mechanisms of development of anaphylaxis and immunity [1, 3, etc.]. In these p rocesses considerable importance is attached to changes in the functional p roper t i es of the per iphera l r ecep to r s t ruc tu res and, in par t icu lar , of the in teroceptors [1, 6, 7, 9, 10, etc.]. Reflex(More)
  • Yu. L. Pines
  • Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine
  • 2004
Injection of smal l doses of acetylcholine (0.25-0.75 #g) into a branch of the rena l a r t e r y of an anesthet ized eat inc reased the rena l blood flow and potentiated the fas t flow of impulses in the af ferent ne rves of the kidney. Average doses (1-5 #g) had no significant effect on the blood flow, but potentiated the flow of fas t impulses st i l l(More)
  • Yu. L. Pines
  • Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine
  • 2004
Inject ion of solutions of va r ious subs tances contained in the ur ine, isotonic with the blood, in n e a r phys io logica l doses , p roduces two types of a f ferent impulse act ivi ty in the renal ne rves : fas t act ivi ty, with individual osc i l la t ions 1-2 m s e c in durat ion and 30-40 ~V in amplitude, and slow activity, in which the complex(More)
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