Presynaptic Effects of Carbon Monoxide in the Myoneural Synapse of the Frog

Abstract

Carbon monoxide (CO), like nitrogen (II) oxide (NO), is one of gaseous mediators synthesized under physiological conditions and involved in the process of smooth-muscle relaxation [5, 9, 10, 12]. It has been shown that CO, as a retrograde messenger, induces long-term changes in the synaptic strength in the hippocampus [15] and the upper cervical ganglion of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10630-005-0097-7

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@article{Sitdikova2005PresynapticEO, title={Presynaptic Effects of Carbon Monoxide in the Myoneural Synapse of the Frog}, author={Gusel F Sitdikova and Sergey Grishin and A. L. Zefirov}, journal={Doklady Biological Sciences}, year={2005}, volume={403}, pages={233-236} }