The Effects of Tyramine on Salivary Flow Rate and Protein Secretion by Rat Submandibular Glands

@article{Okina1993TheEO,
  title={The Effects of Tyramine on Salivary Flow Rate and Protein Secretion by Rat Submandibular Glands},
  author={A. Okina and S. Hidaka and M. Tashiro and K. Abe},
  journal={Journal of Dental Research},
  year={1993},
  volume={72},
  pages={897 - 906}
}
The effects of different doses of p-tyramine injected i.v. and i.p. on salivary flow rates and proteins secreted by the submandibular glands of rats were studied with and without various types of autonomic blockers and two enzyme inhibitors. The salivary flow rates and the amounts of protein secreted progressively increased with increasing doses injected both i.v. and i.p., whereas they were dramatically reduced with all autonomic blockers except the lowest doses of β-blockers, atropine, and… Expand
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