Effect of naloxone on the basal 3H-noradrenaline outflow from adrenal gland slices of normotensive and spontaneously hypertensive rats.


The adrenal medulla provides one of the most convenient preparations for studying the mechanism and control of neurosecretion. It has been suggested that neuropeptides including opioid peptides control the catecholamine secretion from adrenals and may play an important role in the maintenance of hypertension. In the present study the basal outflow of 3H… (More)


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