Effects of bilateral vagal cold block on vasopressin in conscious dogs.

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Bilateral vagal cold block was used to interrupt afferent nerve traffic in the cervical vagi and thus to determine the tonic inhibitory influence of vagal afferents on plasma arginine vasopressin (AVP) concentrations in the conscious dog. Experiments were performed in conscious aortic baroreceptor-denervated dogs with carotid baroreflexes intact or with… (More)

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@article{Bishop1984EffectsOB, title={Effects of bilateral vagal cold block on vasopressin in conscious dogs.}, author={Vernon S. Bishop and Marc D. Thames and Patrick Schmid}, journal={The American journal of physiology}, year={1984}, volume={246 4 Pt 2}, pages={R566-9} }