Effects of hepatic vagotomy on suppression of water intake induced by hepatic portal infusion of water in water-deprived rats

@article{Kobashi1993EffectsOH,
  title={Effects of hepatic vagotomy on suppression of water intake induced by hepatic portal infusion of water in water-deprived rats},
  author={Motoi Kobashi and Akira Adachi},
  journal={Neuroscience Letters},
  year={1993},
  volume={150},
  pages={68-70}
}
We investigated the effects of hepatic vagotomy on the suppression of water intake induced by hepatic portal infusion of water by 24-h water-deprived rats. In sham-operated rats, water intake of the portal infusion group was significantly less than that of the jugular infusion group during and after the infusion of deionized water for 3.5 h at a rate of 52 microliters/min. This result reconfirmed our previous findings. On the other hand, in hepatic-vagotomized rats, the suppression during the… CONTINUE READING

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