Secretory potentials in the submaxillary gland of the cat.


Sympathetic nerve stimulation caused biphasic secretory potentials in cat submaxillary gland cells. The initial phase was a transient hyperpolarization. It was seldom seen after single shocks but nearly always occurred at high stimulation frequencies (10-20 Hz). It was imitated by phenylephrine and completely eliminated by dihydroergotamine or phentolamine… (More)


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