N-anticholinergics ganglion blockers

Nicotine-sensitive cholinergic receptors (n-cholinergic receptors) are mainly localized on the postsynaptic membranes in the synapses of skeletal muscles, autonomic nerve nodes (ganglia), adrenal medulla and carotid sinus zones (evolutionarily both of the latter formations are ganglia), some interneuronal contacts. n-anticholinergics have the ability to screen receptors and prevent their excitation by acetylcholine. Thus, the transmission…

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