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Biull Eksp Biol Med. 1991 Dec;112(12):565-7.

[Peptidergic modulation of the vagal effect on heart rhythm].

[Article in Russian]


In 20 experiments on anesthetised cats burst stimulation of peripheral cut end of right vagus nerve leads to synchronisation of cardiac and vagus rhythms. Inhibitory effect of dalargin was caused by a decrease of tonic component while secretin would selectively inhibit synchronizing component. The observed results testify to existence of selective peptidergic modulation of vagus influence on the cardiac rhythm.

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