Release of Adrenaline and of Noradrenaline from the Adrenal Gland of the Cat and the Subsequent Resynthesis of these Amines View Full Text


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1956-12

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K. R. BUTTERWORTH, MONICA MANN

ABSTRACT

SEVERAL workers1 have shown that there are various ways of causing a release of sympathomimetic amines from the adrenal medulla, for example, splanchnic nerve stimulation, insulin and nicotine. Few, however, have studied the subsequent resynthesis of these amines. It was thought possible that such an investigation might help to reveal the route by which adrenaline is synthesized biologically. Thus a study of the cat adrenal glands depleted by acetylcholine, the natural mediator of the splanchnic nerve2, has been made. More... »

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1234-1235

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