Ventrolateral medullary neurones: effects on magnitude and rhythm of discharge of mesenteric and renal nerves in cats.


1. Discharge of whole mesenteric and renal nerves was recorded in eighteen chloralose-anaesthetized, artificially respired cats. 2. Inhibition of tonic activity of neurones within the rostral ventrolateral medulla (RVLM blockade) by bilateral application of glycine caused significant reductions in discharge of renal and mesenteric nerves, arterial blood… (More)


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