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Stimulation of Uptake of Calcium-45 in the Adrenal Gland by Acetylcholine

Nature volume 192, page 1299 (30 December 1961) | Download Citation

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RECENTLY, Douglas and Rubin1 have suggested that acetylcholine, the physiological transmitter of sympathetic nerve effects at the adrenal medulla, evokes catecholamine secretion by causing calcium ions to penetrate the medullary cells. Our experiments with calcium-45 have now provided further evidence consonant with this idea.

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  1. Department of Pharmacology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Eastchester Road and Morris Park Avenue, New York, 61.

    • W. W. DOUGLAS
    •  & A. M. POISNER

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