In order to form additional innervation sources of the organs, a possibility to preserve the structure of the cranial cervical node transferred on the musculus sterno-mastoideus has been tried. During this manipulation most of neurocytes die. Along the periphery and on the caudal pole of the node a part of cells remain alive. At first the structure and metabolism of these cells is disturbed. However, beginning from the end of the first month after the transfer, the remained cells and the processes formed by them accumulate catecholamines. By the second--third, and especially by the end of the first month after the transfer, the remained cells and the processes sound. A suggestion is made on a possibility to use these neurocytes for creating additional sources of the organs' innervation.