INTERRELATION BETWEEN CONVULSIVE READINESS AND THE CONTENT OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE SUBSTANCES IN THE CEREBRUM OF ANIMALS
AbstractAs a result of the conducted experiments it was determined that the noradrenaline (NA) level in the hypothalamus and brain stem decreased in rats with high genetically determined spasmodic readiness as compared to the rats of other groups, and in hemispheres, brain stem and cerebellum the dophamine (DA) content rose significantly. The decrease of tyrosinelevel in the brain stem and cerebellum was statistically proved. It gives grounds to supposethat increase in spasmodic readiness is correlated with processes influencing both catecholamine complexes and serotonine.
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