Sympatho-adrenal response to intravenous insulin administration in the ox

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1963
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Ruminants rarely display symptoms of insulin hypoglycaemia. However, Jarrett & Potter (1953) showed that bilaterally splanchnicotomized sheep readily became convulsed following insulin, and Setchell & Waites demonstrated an increase in adrenaline-like activity when plasma glucose levels fell to about 20-30mg/ 100 ml.
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Bulletin, 169
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