Reflex mechanism of maintenance of magnesium homeostasis

  • Ya. D. Finkinshtein
  • I. V. Pantyukhin
Physiology
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Abstract

Local stimulation of the liver by MgCl2 solution in unanesthetized dogs caused reflex excretion of magnesium through a change in tubular processes. The presence of receptors selectively sensitive to Mg in the liver is postulated. Information from these receptors was shown to spread among the vagus nerves.

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magnesium reflex liver receptors kidney 

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  • Ya. D. Finkinshtein
  • I. V. Pantyukhin

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