The effect of temperature on the sensitivity to noradrenaline of isolated perfused ear and mesenteric arteries of ox, sheep and pig.

@article{Surgeon1975TheEO,
  title={The effect of temperature on the sensitivity to noradrenaline of isolated perfused ear and mesenteric arteries of ox, sheep and pig.},
  author={I C Surgeon and William F. M. Wallace},
  journal={Irish journal of medical science},
  year={1975},
  volume={144 1},
  pages={233-8}
}
RESPONSES to graded doses of noradrenaline were obtained from isolated perfused arteries of the ox, sheep and pig at 38-39, 35, 30, 20 and 10°C. The sensitivity of ox and sheep ear arteries from animals exposed to an environmental temperature of approximately 5°C was maximal at 20°C. The sensitivity of ox and sheep mesenteric arteries was maximal at 38-39°C… CONTINUE READING