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GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF NEUROGENIC RESPONSES
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1.0 mM calcium a-adrenoceptor action potentials adrenaline adrenergic nerves amplitude ap-mATP Astrand burst stimulation calcium-dependent component conditioning stimulation continuous high-frequency stimulation continuous nerve stimulation contraction caused Cunnane & Stjarne depolarization dose effect EJPs Electrophysiological studies enhancement exocytosis exogenous noradrenaline experiments extracellular calcium concentration Folkow frequency stimulation guanethidine Hirst & Neild idazoxan increase in wall inhibited initial irregular nerve stimulation Klein low-frequency stimulation maximal adrenergic response membrane membrane potential minutes Mulvany neurogenic response neuromuscular junction neuropeptide Nilsson non-adrenergic transmitter noradren noradrenaline and ATP noradrenaline release number of impulses obtained phenoxybenzamine post-junctional post-stimulatory potentiation post-tetanic potentiation prazosin prejunctional presence of ap-mATP probability of release purinergic release of noradrenaline release per impulse response to exogenous response to nerve single twitch small mesenteric arteries smooth muscle cells Sneddon submaximal suggested sympathetic nerves tachyphylaxis tetrodotoxin tion transmitter release varicosity vascular vasoconstriction vasodilator vasopressin vesicles wall tension Weinreich 1971