Die Rolle einiger Nukleosidphosphate und phosphatasen in der Katecholamin-Akkumulation der adrenergen Nervenendapparate

Mária Gajó, G. Kálmán, K. Garay, B. Csillik

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Abstract

In vitro reabsorption and accumulation of noradrenaline (NA) by the adrenergic peripheral innervation apparatus of the rat iris, depleted by means of reserpine, is energy-dependent when using low concentrations of NA (10-4 M). Reabsorption of NA is completely inhibited by 3.10-3 M strophantine, inhibiting the activity of Na+-K+-dependent-(transport)-ATP-ase. No inhibitory effect was seen when using 10-3 M NiCl2 for inhibition of 5-nucleotidase. α- and β-receptor blocking agents did not induce any changes in the reabsorption pattern when employed in vivo.

Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)11-24
Number of pages14
JournalJournal of neuro-visceral relations
Volume32
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 1970

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Die Rolle einiger Nukleosidphosphate und phosphatasen in der Katecholamin-Akkumulation der adrenergen Nervenendapparate. / Gajó, Mária; Kálmán, G.; Garay, K.; Csillik, B.

In: Journal of neuro-visceral relations, Vol. 32, No. 1, 03.1970, p. 11-24.

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