Evidence that adrenergic nerves are responsible for the active uptake of noradrenaline in the guinea-pig isolated trachea.


1 6-Hydroxydopamine (50 mg/kg, i.p.) was given to guinea-pigs to destroy the adrenergic nerve terminals in the trachea. 2 The destruction was demonstrated by fluorescence histochemistry, which showed a marked loss of beaded fluorescent terminal fibres and by electrical transmural stimulation of the isolated atropinized trachea, which showed a marked… (More)


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