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Evidence of sympathetic augmentation mediated increase in the blood and the plasma volume following vagotomy


, : Evidence of sympathetic augmentation mediated increase in the blood and the plasma volume following vagotomy. Pharmacological Research Communications 18(10): 935-950

Cervical vagotomy was performed bilaterally in three series, i.e. normal (untreated), atropine treated and propranolol treated animals.

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Accession: 005411757

PMID: 3027722

DOI: 10.1016/0031-6989(86)90097-4

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