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Arterial pressure was recorded on a Sanborn Recorder 1 5 0 via a catheter in the left common carotid artery using a Statham Transducer, and ventilation rate and inspiratory tidal volume using a Fleisch Pneumotachograph attached to the tracheal cannula by an inspiratory Sierra valve. Drugs were injected into the right atrium through a polyethylene catheter passed via the right saphenous vein. 5 mm diameter probes. S. Grant Η-6730. 35 36 J. Α. BE VAN established by mechanical occlusion of the artery distal to the probe after each drug injection.

This would mean that beta-receptors are in eff'ect not stimulated by noradrenaline from nerve endings. The anatomical relationship between sympathetic nerve fibres and vascular smooth muscle cells would not rule this possibility out. Nerves only make contact with the muscle cells in very circumscribed areas where vesicles can be seen. The eñ*ect of noradrenaline released at these sites might well be diff'erent from that of noradrenaline arriving diffusely at the cells from the blood. Though the results of the present experiments do not indicate which, if any, of these explanations is the correct one they do pose some interesting questions.

Dr. FOLKOW: It would no doubt be as Dr. Roddie suggests, if two sets of competing nerve fibres act on the same effector cell. This is, for example, seen in the heart or in 50 S. ROSELL, P. BOLME A N D S. H. NGAI the parasympathetic-sympathetic effect on the ganglion cells in the intestinal wall. It would, however, not necessarily be so if the two sets of fibres after all affect different vascular effector cells, that are specifically arranged. It is quite clear from Hillarp's, Falck's and their collaborators' work that the vasoconstrictor fibres make contact only with the adventitial smooth muscle layer of the vascular media.

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