Bladder distension and activation of the efferent function of sensory fibres: similarities with the effect of capsaicin.

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1. The effects of the tachykinin NK2 receptor antagonist MEN 11420 (100 nmol kg(-1), i.v.) and isoprenaline (400 nmol kg(-1), i.v.) were compared in a model of distension-induced bladder activity in isovolumetric conditions. MEN 11420 induced a relaxation of the basal tone of the urinary bladder that was dependent on the volume of the viscus: the effect was… (More)

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