volume 217, issue 4, P409-413 1977
DOI: 10.1007/bf00464462
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Abstract: In order to study the function of adrenergic receptors in the submaxillary gland in vivo, rats were treated with the alpha-sympathicolytic, phentolamine (Regitin) and with the beta-sympathicolytic, propranolol (Dociton) and the protein, amylase, and isoamylase content of their submaxillary glands were investigated. The protein concentration rises after 3 weeks of alpha- as well as combined alpha- and beta-sympathicolysis while the amylase concentrations remain, on the whole, unchanged. The pharmacologically in…

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