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K Tsurumi, K Yasuda, E Maki, H Fujimura
Effects of autonomic, anti-histaminic, anti-5HT drugs, papaverine and morphine on cathartic activity of spasmogens such as pilocarpine, 5-HT and prostaglandin E2 (PGE2) were tested by giving these drugs to mice subcutaneously. Mice used were male dd strain weighing 20 +/- 2 g and the catharatic effect was evaluated by the all or none method. The cathartic effect by pilocarpine was inhibited markedly by anti-cholinergic drugs such as atropine and diphenhydramine, but not by hexamethonium and methysergide. Therefore, the action of pilocarpine was found to be direct on the acetylcholine receptors...
November 1979: Nihon Yakurigaku Zasshi. Folia Pharmacologica Japonica
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