Effects of excitation on the metabolism of a simple neuronal system: the mammalian sympathetic ganglion

W. J. McBride, J. D. Klingman

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Abstract

In recent years increasing attention has been given by many investigators toward correlating certain biochemical changes with neuronal activity. Such studies have been undertaken with very complex and with relatively simple nerve preparations. The mammalian sympathetic ganglia have received a great deal of attention and have been the subject of numerous pharmacological, physiological, and biochemical investigations. The authors present a review on this topic, mainly concentrated on the metabolism of the superior cervical ganglion during periods of excitation.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPROGR.NEUROBIOL.
Pages251-287
Number of pages37
VolumeVol.3
StatePublished - 1975

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Superior Cervical Ganglion
Sympathetic Ganglia
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Pharmacology

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McBride, W. J., & Klingman, J. D. (1975). Effects of excitation on the metabolism of a simple neuronal system: the mammalian sympathetic ganglion. In PROGR.NEUROBIOL. (Vol. Vol.3, pp. 251-287)

Effects of excitation on the metabolism of a simple neuronal system : the mammalian sympathetic ganglion. / McBride, W. J.; Klingman, J. D.

PROGR.NEUROBIOL.. Vol. Vol.3 1975. p. 251-287.

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McBride, WJ & Klingman, JD 1975, Effects of excitation on the metabolism of a simple neuronal system: the mammalian sympathetic ganglion. in PROGR.NEUROBIOL.. vol. Vol.3, pp. 251-287.
McBride WJ, Klingman JD. Effects of excitation on the metabolism of a simple neuronal system: the mammalian sympathetic ganglion. In PROGR.NEUROBIOL.. Vol. Vol.3. 1975. p. 251-287
McBride, W. J. ; Klingman, J. D. / Effects of excitation on the metabolism of a simple neuronal system : the mammalian sympathetic ganglion. PROGR.NEUROBIOL.. Vol. Vol.3 1975. pp. 251-287
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