Synergistic interactions between footshocks and non-osmotic hypovolemia on vasopressin secretion in rats.


The effects of i.p. injected hypertonic NaCl and polyethylene glycol on the magnitude of increase in plasma vasopressin after footshocks were studied in male rats, to determine whether hypovolemia and body fluid osmolality interact with noxious stimuli on vasopressin secretion. Present data have demonstrated that non-osmotic hypovolemia but not body fluid… (More)


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