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The central action of drugs affecting beta-adrenergic receptor. IV. The influence of intraventricularly administered drugs affecting beta-adrenergic receptor on blood pressure in rats

Polish Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacy

Apr 1, 1975

Z Kleinrok, A Ksiazek

PMID: 239397

Abstract

Isoprenaline, propranolol, alprenol and sotalol administered intraventricularly (ivc) to anaesthetized rats induce hypotension. Propanolol and alprenolol given ivc to rats pretreated with isoprenaline increase blood pressure up to the values equal to those, previous to isoprenaline admi...read more

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Diastolic Blood Pressure
Sotalol
ADRB2 gene
Novodrin
Beta-adrenergic receptor
Propranolol
Isoproterenol
Blood Pressure
Hypotension Adverse Event
Alprenolol Hydrochloride
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The central action of drugs affecting beta-adrenergic receptor. IV. The influence of intraventricularly administered drugs affecting beta-adrenergic receptor on blood pressure in rats

Polish Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacy

Apr 1, 1975

Z Kleinrok, A Ksiazek

PMID: 239397

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Abstract

Isoprenaline, propranolol, alprenol and sotalol administered intraventricularly (ivc) to anaesthetized rats induce hypotension. Propanolol and alprenolol given ivc to rats pretreated with isoprenaline increase blood pressure up to the values equal to those, previous to isoprenaline admi...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Diastolic Blood Pressure
Sotalol
ADRB2 gene
Novodrin
Beta-adrenergic receptor
Propranolol
Isoproterenol
Blood Pressure
Hypotension Adverse Event
Alprenolol Hydrochloride

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