Somatic nerve stimulation and cholera-induced net fluid secretion in the small intestine of the rat: evidence for an opioid effect.

Abstract

The effects of somatic nerve stimulation on cholera toxin induced secretion was investigated in vivo in anaesthetised rats. Small intestinal secretion was induced with cholera toxin and measured by a gravimetric technique. Afferent stimulation (pulse frequency within train; 100 Hz; train duration: 50 ms; train frequency: 3 Hz) of the sciatic nerve over 30… (More)

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