The excitatory effect of diphenylthiohydantoin on spinal reflex activity.

@article{Grossmann1974TheEE,
  title={The excitatory effect of diphenylthiohydantoin on spinal reflex activity.},
  author={William Grossmann and Ilmar Jurna and C. Theres},
  journal={Neuropharmacology},
  year={1974},
  volume={13 9},
  pages={
          813-7
        }
}
Abstract The effect of diphenylthiohydantoin (DPTH) 20 mg/kg on spinal reflexes was studied in cats and rats which were spinalized at the lower thoracic level and also in unspinalized rats. DPTH increased the amplitude of mono- and polysynaptic reflex responses in spinal cats and rats. The amplitude of the early component of the afferent volley to peripheral nerve stimulation was enhanced. In unspinalized rats DPTH increased as well as decreased mono- and polysynaptic reflex responses. In… CONTINUE READING
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