Advances in Oxytocin Research. Proceedings of a Symposium by J. H. M. Pinkerton (Eds.)

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This entails a redistribution of the circulating blood volume, it being assumed that the systemic blood pressure is elevated. Recently, it has been postulated that lysine-vasopressin and Octapressin may have a vasodilator effect on the renal vessels of anaesthetized cats and rabbits (Barer, 1963). Further studies will be necessary to decide whether such a mechanism has also to be considered for some vascular bed of the rat. e. the fractions of the actual cardiac output apportioned to the skin, the heart, the lungs, the diaphragm, the liver, the spleen, the adrenals, the kidneys, the stomach, the ileum, the testes and the gastrocnemius was measured in adult male rats in urethane anaesthesia using a radio-isotope method.

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