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Variation in antiinfectious nonspecific resistance of the organism caused by cholinergic stimulation

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Cholinergic stimulation (acetylcholine, aceclidine, armin) is found to improve antiinfectious nonspecific resistance in mice. The effect depends on the dose of cholinomimetic (armin), is maximal during the first 18 hours of the infectious process, and is determined by serum antibacterial activity, lysozyme activity, and the function of neutrophils and natural killers.

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Translated fromByulleten' Eksperimental'noi Biologii i Meditsiny, Vol. 120, No. 8, pp. 164–166, August, 1995

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Zabrodskii, P.F. Variation in antiinfectious nonspecific resistance of the organism caused by cholinergic stimulation. Bull Exp Biol Med 120, 809–811 (1995). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02445960

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Key Words

  • cholinergic stimulation
  • antiinfectious resistance
  • nonspecific factors of the organism's resistance
  • natural cytotoxicity