The effect of corazole on the periodic activity of a “hungry” stomach

  • N. G. Stroikova


It has been experimentally shown that the effect of corazole on the “hungry” movements of the stomach depends on the dose given. Large but not convulsive doses (20 mg/kg) cause an, inhibitory effect resulting, probably, in pessimal inhibition developing in the central nervous system. Smaller doses (10–15 mg/kg) exert a stimulating effect leading to prolonged peristalsis.


Public Health Nervous System Central Nervous System Small Dose Periodic Activity 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. G. Stroikova
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  1. 1.Department of PharmacologyInstitute of Experimental MedicineUSSR

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