A new approach to the analysis of complex dose-response relationships: a multivariate study of octopamine action on the leech Leydig neurone.

Abstract

Octopamine (OA) hyperpolarizes leech Leydig neurones but response amplitudes and thresholds vary. Associations between response, OA dose and other variables [initial resting potential, action potential (AP) frequency and amplitude, temperature, microelectrode resistance, position of ganglion along nerve cord, animal, treatment order] were examined using… (More)

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