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Respiratory Center

 
 
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  • Respiratory center sensitivity to CO2 (rebreathing technique) was measured in 9 patients [7].
  • In summary, buspirone did not cause the depression of respiratory center chemosensitivity that was seen with diazepam and produced less depression of load compensation in normal subjects [8].
  • The effects of adenosine and its analogs on the function of the respiratory center were studied in the spontaneously active rhythmic slice of neonatal and juvenile mice (4-14 days old) [9].
  • The authors conclude that physostigmine can reverse the respiratory depressant effect of morphine and restore the sensitivity of the respiratory center of CO2, presumably by raising acetylcholine levels in the brain after these have been reduced by morphine [10].
  • The sensitivity of the respiratory center following a single 0.3 mg X kg-1 iv dose of droperidol was determined in eight healthy volunteers by using carbon dioxide (CO2) rebreathing and mouth occlusion pressure measurements (P0.1) [11].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of Respiratory Center

 

Biological context of Respiratory Center

 

Anatomical context of Respiratory Center

 

Associations of Respiratory Center with chemical compounds

  • The lack of effect of high O2 on survival and the virtually identical pattern of gasping in mice dying in 97% N2 and air leads us to conclude that in mice that fail to autoresuscitate little or no O2 reaches the medullary respiratory centers [21].
  • Local applications of 5-HT (dual bath, microdialysis and microinjection experiments) revealed, however, that 5-HT acts at the medullary level and that its effects are not due to a diffuse action on all the neurons of the medullary respiratory centers but to a specific action focusing on structures located in the rostral ventro-lateral medulla [22].
  • We examined the effect of high pressure (10.1 MPa) on the sensitivity of the respiratory center to alterations in pH (range 5.8-7.6) which were obtained by varying either PCO2 or [HCO3-] in superfused Krebs solution [23].
  • We conclude that ketamine can suppress vasomotor and respiratory centers directly, and that the suppression is counterbalanced by afferent inputs from peripheral receptors [24].
  • We report that nicotine is responsible for both a blood-borne stimulation of the respiratory center and a direct effect on intrathoracic airway tone in dogs [25].
 

Gene context of Respiratory Center

  • The difference in the spatio-temporal pattern between Tlx3-/- and Pbx3-/- suggests different levels of functional disorder of the respiratory center [26].
  • Ca(L) channels were inhibited by the mGluR2/3 agonists. mGluR1/5 agonists accelerated and mGluR2/3 agonists suppressed the respiratory output, and correspondingly modified the hypoxic response of the respiratory center [27].
  • These observations suggest that the developing respiratory center is particularly sensitive to loss of necdin activity and may reflect abnormalities of respiratory rhythm-generating neurons or conditioning neuromodulatory drive [28].
  • Although cardiovascular and respiratory centers in the brain are located close to each other and are interconnected, the possible participation of orexin in respiratory regulation has not been fully documented [29].
  • Evidence was also obtained that fiber tracts from other areas of the brain cross midline just caudally to the obex and pass to the respiratory centers on which they apparently exert and excitatory action [30].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Respiratory Center

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