Stimulation of Paravascular Intracranial Receptors by Bradykinin and Kallidin
Part of the Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology book series (AEMB, volume 8)
Since bradykinin is the most potent pain-producing agent of endogenous origin we have investigate its participation as a possible mediator in the stimulation of sensitive nerve endings.
KeywordsPhrenic Nerve Neck Muscle Accessory Nerve Pentobarbital Anesthesia Occipital Artery
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- AVIADO, D.M., CERLETTI, A., LI, T.H. and SCHMIDT, O.P. (1955). The activation of carotid sinus pressoreceptors and intracranial receptors by veratidine and potassium. J. Pharmacol. Exptl. Therap. 115: 329.Google Scholar
- GUZMAN, F., BRAUN, C. and LIM, R.K.S. (1962). Visceral pain and the pseudo effective response to intra-arterial injection of bradykinin and other algesic agents. Arch. int. Phar-macodyn., 136: 353.Google Scholar
- GUZMAN, P. and LIM, R.K.S. (1968). The mechanism of action of the non-narcotic analgesic. Med. Clin. North America, 52: 3.Google Scholar
- RICCIOPPO NETO, F., CORRADO, A.P. and KRIEGER, E.M. (1968). Stimulatory action of bradykinin and kallidin on the carotid chemoreceptors. Acta Physiol. Latinoamer., 18: 279.Google Scholar
- RICCIOPPO NETO, P., REIS, D.S. and CORRADO, A.P. (1969). Estimu-lação de receptores paravasculares intracranianos pela bradicinina e calidina. Ciência e Cultura, 21: 548.Google Scholar
- SICUTERI, P. (1964). Indomethacin as a new vasoconstrictor and therapeutic agent in migraine. In: “Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs” — S. Garattini and M.N.G. Dukes editors. Excerta Medica Found.Google Scholar
© Plenum Press, New York 1970