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The large domesticated animals present advantages for our purposes, especially the cow. In this animal extensive serial samples of blood may be taken without significantly changing the blood volume. Venous drainage of the pituitary gland is via the external jugular vein which can be readily catheterized ; there is no circulating oxytocinase and labour progresses relatively slowly over several hours. These animals are amenable to handling, a factor of importance in experiments in which it is desirable to keep emotional disturbance to a minimum.
TURNER, C. W . and COOPER, W. D . (1941) Endocrinology, 29, 320-323. TVERSKOI, G. B. (1958) Dokl. Akad. Nauk. SSSR, 123, 1137-1139. WALMSLEY, C. F . (1963) P h . D . Thesis, University of Bristol. WHITTLESTONE, W. G. (1952) J. , 8, 89-95. WHITTLESTONE, W. G. (1954) J. , 2 1 , 188-193. ZAKS, M . G. (1962) The Motor Apparatus of the Mammary Gland. Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh and London. THE RELEASE OF OXYTOCIN D U R I N G PARTURITION R. J. FITZPATRICK* and CHRISTINE F. WALMSLEY* Department of Pharmacology, University of Bristol Introduction—W.
M. PICKFORD: I wonder in what way the rat is different. DR. BERDE : In many ways I think. DR. THEOBALD : May I ask Dr. Berde whether the work that he did is purely pharmacological, or does he think that the effects he describes ever occur under physiological circumstances? DR. BERDE : This is pharmacological work based on amounts of the hormones used under certain clinical conditions. DR. THEOBALD: It's not physiological? D R . BERDE: N O . DR. THEOBALD : Then the question that I would like to ask is whether when they are used pharmacologically the term hormone should be used, because they would then become drugs.
Advances in Oxytocin Research. Proceedings of a Symposium Held on 1st May 1964 Under the Auspices of the Blair–Bell Research Society at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Sussex Place, Regent's Park, London, England by J. H. M. Pinkerton (Eds.)