[Effects of dosed sympathectomy on the development of adaptation-compensation reaction of C-cells of the thyroid gland and chromaffin cells of the adrenal glands in young rats].
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Biulleten' eksperimental'noĭ biologii i meditsiny
- Publication Date
Jun 01, 1991
Using radioimmunological, morphometrical, electron microscopic and luminescent methods, comparative analysis of thyroid C-cells and adrenal chromaffin cells has been carried out at guanethidine sympathectomy in young rats. Significant decrease of functional activity of C-cells with concomitant hyperplasia of C-cells population under blockade of sympathetic influences has been revealed. Compared to C-cells, adrenal chromaffinocytes of sympathectomized rats possess higher degree of structural-functional mobilization and are characterized by intensive secretion of catecholamines directed at restoration of tissue neurotransmitter deficit.
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