Cardiovascular effects elicited from the ventral surface of medulla oblongata in the cat

Cardiovascular adjustments induced by topical application of drugs on a restricted area on the ventral surface of the medulla oblongata, corresponding to the caudal part of the rostral chemoreceptor area and the intermediate area, have been studied in chloralose-anesthetized cats. Topical application of GABA or glycine on these structures resulted in blood… CONTINUE READING