Adrenal origin of plasma catecholamines after decapitation: a study in normal and diabetic rats.

Abstract

The concentrations of catecholamines and the activities of dopamine-beta-hydroxylase were measured in blood obtained from decapitated diabetic and aged-matched control rats. The activity of dopamine-beta-hydroxylase in blood from diabetic rats was much greater (5 fold) than that seen for control rats. For both diabetic and control rats, decapitation was… (More)

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