Interaction of histamine with adrenergic smooth-muscle neurotransmission. II. Significance of calcium ions for the effects of histamine on contractions induced by endogenous noradrenaline.

Abstract

The role of Ca2+ for the effects of histamine on contractions induced by electrostimulation has been studied on smooth-muscle organs with adrenergic neurotransmission (rat anococcygeal muscle and vas deferens). The low Ca2+-concentrations in the organ bath (below 1.8 mM) reduce the amplitude of the smooth-muscle contractions in response to… (More)

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