Effect of the length of degenerating phrenic nerve fibres on the anaphylactic contraction of the diaphragm.

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1. The effect of denervation on the anaphylactic contraction of the diaphragm from actively sensitized guinea pig has been studied. 2. The section of the phrenic nerve took place at cervical and thoracic levels. The sensitization of the animal took place several days before sectioning, simultaneously with denervation and after denervation. 3. The… (More)

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@article{Garca1992EffectOT, title={Effect of the length of degenerating phrenic nerve fibres on the anaphylactic contraction of the diaphragm.}, author={Xaime Garc{\'i}a and Manuel de la Llata and Enrique Gij{\'o}n}, journal={General pharmacology}, year={1992}, volume={23 6}, pages={1115-20} }