Ganglionic Stimulants

A variety of agents, including nicotine, lobeline, and di-methylphenyl piperazinium (DMPP), can stimulate gan-glionic nicotinic receptors. Although these drugs have little or no therapeutic use, they offer considerable interest for several reasons. First, drugs such as nicotine that both stimulate and block ganglionic receptors have proved valuable as an aid in identifying and localizing postgan-glionic fibers. Second, nicotine's use as a potent insecticide and rodenticide and its presence in tobacco smoke have endowed it with considerable toxicological interest.

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