Pathways for excitatory and inhibitory innervation to the guinea-pig tracheal smooth muscle

Abstract

The trachea receives excitatory cholinergic innervation from the vagus nerve and the stellate ganglion. Inhibitory adrenergic fibres have the same sources. Those in the vagus nerve probably derive from high vagosympathetic anastomoses. Nonadrenergic inhibitory fibres have a preganglionic vagal supply.

DOI: 10.1007/BF01917879

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@article{Hammarstrm1979PathwaysFE, title={Pathways for excitatory and inhibitory innervation to the guinea-pig tracheal smooth muscle}, author={Margareta Hammarstr{\"{o}m and N. O. Sj{\"{o}strand}, journal={Experientia}, year={1979}, volume={35}, pages={64-65} }