The cholinergic influence on the mesenteric ganglion affects the liberation of ovarian steroids and nitric oxide in oestrus day rats: characterization of an ex vivo system.

@article{Orozco2006TheCI,
  title={The cholinergic influence on the mesenteric ganglion affects the liberation of ovarian steroids and nitric oxide in oestrus day rats: characterization of an ex vivo system.},
  author={Adriana S. Vega Orozco and Zulema Y Sosa and Ver{\'o}nica Fillipa and Fabian Heber Mohamed and Ana Mar{\'i}a Rastrilla},
  journal={The Journal of endocrinology},
  year={2006},
  volume={191 3},
  pages={
          587-98
        }
}
The axons that constitute the ovarian nervous plexus originate mostly in the principal neurons of the superior mesenteric ganglion (SMG) that is part of the sympathetic ganglionic chain and exhibits cholinergic receptors. In order to observe the effect of acetylcholine, the main neurotransmitter in the ganglionic transmission, the purpose of the present work was: first, to standardize an integrated ex vivo superior mesenteric ganglion-ovarian nervous plexus-ovary (SMG-ONP-O) system in oestrus… CONTINUE READING

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