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Barbiturates block calcium uptake by stimulated and potassium-depolarized rat sympathetic ganglia

The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics

Jan 1, 1976

Mordecai P Blaustein

PMID: 1519

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The effects of two barbiturates on calcium uptake by sympathetic ganglia have been examined. Sodium pentobarbital (0.4-0.75 mM) and sodium thiopental (0.3 mM) block the preganglionic stimulation-induced uptake of 45Ca by rat superior cervical ganglia but not action potential conduction ...read more

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Potassium
Barbiturates
Ganglionic Blockers
Depression, Chemical
Calcium
Electric Stimulation Technique
Calcium Radioisotopes
Neurons
Autonomic Ganglion
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    The Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics

    Jan 1, 1976

    Mordecai P Blaustein

    PMID: 1519

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    The effects of two barbiturates on calcium uptake by sympathetic ganglia have been examined. Sodium pentobarbital (0.4-0.75 mM) and sodium thiopental (0.3 mM) block the preganglionic stimulation-induced uptake of 45Ca by rat superior cervical ganglia but not action potential conduction ...read more

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    Potassium
    Barbiturates
    Ganglionic Blockers
    Depression, Chemical
    Calcium

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