Iono-humoral interrelations in the process of appearance and development of vagal inhibition of the heart

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The effect of atropine on the strength and frequency of contractions, rest and action potentiale of the normal and desympathized hearts of frogs was studied. Atropine acts directly upon the cardiac muscle, causing a slight increase in the frequency and strength of the contractions. At the same time the resting potential of the heart muscle is increased with… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00786344

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