Voprosy meditsinskoi khimii (ISSN 0042-8809)

Effect of the activity of adrenergic processes on tissue catecholamine concentrations

   
Chesnokova N.P.
PubMed Id: 685195
Year: 1978 vol: 24  issue:4  pages: 505-510
Abstract: Demedullation of adrenal glands caused a decrease in excretion of adrenaline and vanilyl mandelic acid with simultaneous increase of adrenaline content in various rat tissues. Predemedullation of adrenal glands prevented distinctly the alterations in catecholamine metabolism, which developed in botulinic and tetanic neurointoxications. The data obtained suggest that activation of adrenergic processes is of importance in genesis of the alterations observed in catecholamine metabolism under conditions of botulinic and tetanic intoxications.
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Reference: Chesnokova N.P., Effect of the activity of adrenergic processes on tissue catecholamine concentrations, Voprosy meditsinskoi khimii, 1978, vol: 24(4), 505-510.
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