Analysis of central serotoninergic structures of the glossomandibular reflex

Abstract

The D-serotonin antagonist reexamine (5-methoxytryptamine, 2 mg/kg) and the universal antagonist proguanil (25 mg/kg) are selective antagonists, whereas in relation to 6-methoxytrypLamine, dihydroergotamine, chlorpromazine, and trifluoperazine, they do not inhibit manifestation of the depressant action of adrenalin and acetylcholine on the glossomandibular reflex. The central serotonin-negative effect of the phenothiazine derivatives is dependent on their penetration through the blood-brain barrier.

DOI: 10.1007/BF00786303

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@article{Tetenchuk2004AnalysisOC, title={Analysis of central serotoninergic structures of the glossomandibular reflex}, author={E. V. Tetenchuk and A. P. Gilev}, journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine}, year={2004}, volume={66}, pages={1061-1063} }