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Differences in uptake of labeled serotonin dopamine and noradrenaline by the central nervous system and other tissues in anodonta cygnea depending on the activity of the animal

, : Differences in uptake of labeled serotonin dopamine and noradrenaline by the central nervous system and other tissues in anodonta cygnea depending on the activity of the animal. Acta Biologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 30(3): 265-270

Among monoamines injected intracardially during activity, 3H-serotonin was taken up by the kidney, while 3H-dopamine and 3H-noradrenaline [epinephrine] by the ganglia in the highest amount. Uptake of the labeled monoamines in the corresponding tissue was significantly lower during rest.

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