Mechanism of disturbances of catecholamine excretion with saliva in rats with acute starvation

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Reduced excretion of catecholamines (CA) with the saliva in man is associated with the development of extensive caries and disturbance of adaptation of salivation in individuals wearing artificial dentures [3, 5]. In acute and, in particular, chronic starvation, characterized by a marked decrease in activity of the sympathoadrenal system, degenerative… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00840880

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