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The innervation of the salivary gland of the moth, Manduca sexta: evidence that dopamine is the transmitter

The Journal of Experimental Biology

Oct 1, 1975

H A Robertson

PMID: 448

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1. Using the Falck-Hillarp histochemical technique for monoamines, evidence was found for the presence of a catecholamine in the salivary gland nerves of the moth, Manduca sexta. 2. The innervation was studied with the electron microscope. Only the fluid-secreting region of the gland is...read more

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Moth antigen
Dopamine Measurement
Norepinephrine Measurement
Nerve Supply
Assay
Lepidoptera
Tobacco Hornworm
Manduca
Moths
Muscle Innervation, Function
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The innervation of the salivary gland of the moth, Manduca sexta: evidence that dopamine is the transmitter

The Journal of Experimental Biology

Oct 1, 1975

H A Robertson

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1. Using the Falck-Hillarp histochemical technique for monoamines, evidence was found for the presence of a catecholamine in the salivary gland nerves of the moth, Manduca sexta. 2. The innervation was studied with the electron microscope. Only the fluid-secreting region of the gland is...read more

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Moth antigen
Dopamine Measurement
Norepinephrine Measurement
Nerve Supply
Assay
Lepidoptera
Tobacco Hornworm
Manduca
Moths
Muscle Innervation, Function

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