All Relations between neurotransmitter and acetylcholine

Publication Sentence Publish Date Extraction Date Species
P Muller, R S Britton, P Seema. The effects of long-term ethanol on brain receptors for dopamine, acetylcholine, serotonin and noradrenaline. European journal of pharmacology. vol 65. issue 1. 1980-10-24. PMID:6249620. rats were treated with ethanol for 11-15 days, after which the brain neurotransmitter receptors for dopamine, acetylcholine, serotonin and noradrenaline were measured. 1980-10-24 2023-08-12 rat
P M Vanhoutte, M N Lev. Prejunctional cholinergic modulation of adrenergic neurotransmission in the cardiovascular system. The American journal of physiology. vol 238. issue 3. 1980-06-27. PMID:6245589. the inhibitory effect of acetylcholine on cardiac and vascular tissues are therefore achieved in part by a direct influence of the cholinergic neurotransmitter on the cardiac and vascular muscle cells, and in part by an indirect influence on sympathetic neurotransmission. 1980-06-27 2023-08-12 Not clear
E Wakshull, M I Johnson, H Burto. Postnatal rat sympathetic neurons in culture. I. A comparison with embryonic neurons. Journal of neurophysiology. vol 42. issue 5. 1979-12-18. PMID:39983. iontophoretic application of putative neurotransmitter substances revealed the presence of acetylcholine receptors (achr) on both embryonic and postnatal scgn. 1979-12-18 2023-08-11 rat
N Brecha, A Francis, N Schechte. Rapid loss of nicotine-cholinergic receptor binding activity in the deafferented avian optic lobe. Brain research. vol 167. issue 2. 1979-08-29. PMID:445129. the possibility that acetylcholine is a neurotransmitter in the vertebrate retinotectal pathway is discussed. 1979-08-29 2023-08-11 chicken
R W Russell, J Macr. Some behavioral effects of suppressing choline transport by cerebroventricular injection of hemicholinium-3. Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior. vol 8. issue 4. 1978-09-25. PMID:674251. evidence supports the proposition that the high affinity ch uptake system associated with cholinergic nerve terminals can be the rate limiting step in the synthesis of the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine. 1978-09-25 2023-08-11 Not clear
R J Wurtman, J H Growdo. Dietary enhancement of CNS neurotransmitters. Hospital practice. vol 13. issue 3. 1978-06-28. PMID:147851. feeding choline, a precursor of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, has been shown experimentally to increase brain acetylcholine release and enhance cholinergic function a subsequent trial of oral choline ameliorated symptoms in patients with tardive dyskinesia, which has been linked to cholinergic dysfunction. 1978-06-28 2023-08-11 Not clear
P Muller, P Seema. Brain neurotransmitter receptors after long-term haloperidol: dopamine, acetylcholine, serotonin, alpha-noradrenergic and naloxone receptors. Life sciences. vol 21. issue 12. 1978-04-17. PMID:203807. brain neurotransmitter receptors after long-term haloperidol: dopamine, acetylcholine, serotonin, alpha-noradrenergic and naloxone receptors. 1978-04-17 2023-08-11 Not clear
E L Giller, J H Neale, P N Bullock, B K Schrier, P G Nelso. Choline acetyltransferase activity of spinal cord cell cultures increased by co-culture with muscle and by muscle-conditioned medium. The Journal of cell biology. vol 74. issue 1. 1977-08-25. PMID:874000. activity of the enzyme choline acetyltransferase (cat), which mediates the synthesis of the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine, was increased up to 20- fold in spinal cord (sc) cells grown in culture with muscle cells for 2 wk. 1977-08-25 2023-08-11 cat
I H Ulus, M J Hirsch, R J Wurtma. Trans-synaptic induction of adrenomedullary tyrosine hydroxylase activity by choline: evidence that choline administration can increase cholinergic transmission. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. vol 74. issue 2. 1977-05-20. PMID:15250. these observations demonstrate that the increase in presynaptic acetylcholine levels produced by giving animals the neurotransmitter's precursor (choline) can be associated with parallel changes in the transmission of signals across cholinergic synapses, probably because more of the transmitter is released per nerve impulse. 1977-05-20 2023-08-11 rat
J G Clement, E H Colhou. Presynaptic effect of the aziridinium ion of acetylcholine mustard (methyl-2-acetoxyethyl-2'-chloroethylamine) on the phrenic nerve--rat diaphragm preparation. Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology. vol 53. issue 2. 1975-09-09. PMID:165868. although difficult to prove with the rat diaphragm it is possible that acetylcholinesterase of this preparation could hydrolyze acetylcholine mustard aziridinium ion at the neurotransmitter site and the resultant choline mustard aziridinium ion would interfere with the uptake of choline and eventually prevent neuromuscular transmission. 1975-09-09 2023-08-11 mouse
E O Ott, J Abraham, J S Meyer, A N Achari, A N Chee, N T Mathe. Disordered cholinergic neurotransmission and dysautoregulation after acute cerebral infarction. Stroke. vol 6. issue 2. 1975-06-25. PMID:164707. the possible role of displaced neurotransmitter acetylcholine (achh) in dysautoregulation was examined after experimental regional cerebral infarction was produced by occluding the middle cerebral artery (mca) in babons. 1975-06-25 2023-08-11 Not clear
J H Schwartz, M L Eisenstadt, H Ceda. Metabolism of acetylcholine in the nervous system of Aplysia californica. I. Source of choline and its uptake by intact nervous tissue. The Journal of general physiology. vol 65. issue 3. 1975-05-27. PMID:1117282. although acetylcholine is a major neurotransmitter in aplysia, labeling studies with methionine and serine showed that little choline was synthesized by nervous tissue and indicated that the choline required for the synthesis of acetylcholine must be derived exogenously. 1975-05-27 2023-08-11 aplysia
N Paran, C F Matter. The distribution of acetylcholinesterase in buds of the rat vallate papilla as determined by electron microscope histochemistry. The Journal of comparative neurology. vol 159. issue 1. 1975-03-10. PMID:1109380. the studies suggest that the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine, may be involved in early events in the taste process which are believed to occur in the pore. 1975-03-10 2023-08-11 rat
J S Richardso. Basic concepts of psychopharmacological research as applied to the psychopharmacological analysis of the amygdala. Acta neurobiologiae experimentalis. vol 34. issue 4. 1975-02-06. PMID:4154703. because of its rich innervation by noradrenaline, dopamine, serotonin and acetylcholine synapses, the amygdala is ideally suited for monitoring the balance between these neurotransmitters and altering maladaptive behavior based on fluctuations in neurotransmitter balance. 1975-02-06 2023-08-11 Not clear
M W Bradbury, J Burden, E W Hillhouse, M T Jone. Stimulation electrically and by acetylcholine of the rat hypothalamus in vitro. The Journal of physiology. vol 239. issue 2. 1974-12-16. PMID:4547308. acetylcholine may act as a neurotransmitter at the dendritic level in the crh neurone. 1974-12-16 2023-08-11 rat
J A Baird, J R Hales, W J Lan. Thermoregulatory responses to the injection of monoamines, acetylcholine and prostaglandins into a lateral cerebral ventricle of the echidna. The Journal of physiology. vol 236. issue 3. 1974-06-12. PMID:4822575. the putative neurotransmitter substances 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-ht), noradrenaline (na), acetylcholine (ach) and prostaglandins e(1) (pge(1)) and e(2) (pge(2)) have been injected into a lateral cerebral ventricle of the conscious echidna (tachyglossus aculeatus); thermoregulatory responses in thermoneutral (ambient dry bulb temperature, t(db), of approximately 22 degrees c), cool (t(db) of approximately 14 degrees c) and warm (t(db) of approximately 26 degrees c) environments were determined.2. 1974-06-12 2023-08-11 Not clear
T Amano, E Richelson, M Nirenber. Neurotransmitter synthesis by neuroblastoma clones (neuroblast differentiation-cell culture-choline acetyltransferase-acetylcholinesterase-tyrosine hydroxylase-axons-dendrites). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. vol 69. issue 1. 1972-04-04. PMID:4400294. three types of clones were found with respect to neurotransmitter synthesis: cholinergic, adrenergic, and clones that do not synthesize acetylcholine or catechols. 1972-04-04 2023-08-11 Not clear
E Bülbring, M D Gersho. 5-hydroxytryptamine participation in the vagal inhibitory innervation of the stomach. The Journal of physiology. vol 192. issue 3. 1968-01-19. PMID:4383454. the results, together with previous observations that 5-ht is contained within preganglionic nerve fibres in the myenteric plexus, are consistent with the hypothesis that 5-ht, with acetylcholine, may be a neurotransmitter in the vagal inhibitory innervation of the stomach. 1968-01-19 2023-08-11 mouse