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The amplitude of monosynaptic reflexes recorded from the ventral roots of nonanesthetised spinal cats was increased by intravenous injection of LSD in doses greater than 200 mcg/kg. Polysynaptic activity was concomitantly depressed. . As LSD modifies spinal reflexes in a maner analogous to that of epinephrine, it may interact with epinephrine-like transmitter substances.
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