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Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine

, Volume 80, Issue 5, pp 1313–1315 | Cite as

Effect of cocaine on the central action of noradrenalin

  • V. V. Zakusov
Pharmacology

Abstract

The impulse-summation method was used to study the effect of cocaine on the central action of noradrenalin in experiments on rabbits. Cocaine was found to increase this action. Cocaine thus potentiates not only the peripheral effects of noradrenalin, as was already known, but also its central action.

Key Words

cocaine noradrenalin impulse summation 

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