Indirect effects of amino-acids on sympathetic ganglion cells mediated through the release of gamma-aminobutyric acid from glial cells.

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1 All experiments were performed on rat isolated desheathed superior cervical ganglia maintained in Krebs solution containing amino-oxyacetic acid (10 muM) at 25 degrees C. 2 Influx rates of gamma-amino-n-butyric acid (GABA) were measured by incubating ganglia in 0.5 muM [3H]-GABA for 30 minutes. Influx was inhibited by 50% on adding 14.3 muM unlabelled… (More)

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@article{Bowery1976IndirectEO, title={Indirect effects of amino-acids on sympathetic ganglion cells mediated through the release of gamma-aminobutyric acid from glial cells.}, author={Norman G. Bowery and David A. Brown and G. G. S. Collins and Moriah Galvan and Stephen Marsh and G Yamini}, journal={British journal of pharmacology}, year={1976}, volume={57 1}, pages={73-91} }