Vladimir Govyrin

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Vladimir Aleksandrovich Govyrin
Владимир Александрович Говырин
Born (1924-02-22)February 22, 1924
Balashov, USSR
Died 5 February 1994(1994-02-05) (aged 69)
Saint Petersburg, Russia
Residence USSR, Russia
Nationality Soviet, Russian
Fields Physiologist
Institutions I. M. Sechenov Institute of Evolutionary Physiology and Biochemistry (1956—1981),
I. P. Pavlov Institute of Physiology (1981—1994)
Alma mater Military Veterinary Academy of the Red Army
Doctoral advisor Leon Orbeli
Known for Autonomic nervous system physiology research
Notable awards Order of Lenin, Order of October Revolution, Order of the Red Banner of Labour(2), Medal for Combat Service

Vladimir Aleksandrovich Govyrin (Russian: Владѝмир Алекса̀ндрович Говы̀рин, February 22, 1924, Balashov in Saratov region, USSR - February 5, 1994, Saint Petersburg, Russia) was Soviet and Russian physiologist, Academician of Academy of Sciences of USSR and Russian Academy of Sciences, who discovered regularity of the sympathetic innervation of the circulatory system of the vertebrates. He offered the concept of universal participation of vascular nerves in humoral transfer of the sympathetic influence on tissue. He also discovered the method of sympathetic nervous system influences the skeletal muscle. Govyrin found out that sympathetic influences to skeletal tissue are made by catecholamines, emitted by vascular nerves.[1][2]

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  1. Вестник Российской Академии Наук, 2001, том 71, № 1,с. 71-79, «ПАВЛОВСКОМУ ИНСТИТУТУ - ТРИ ЧЕТВЕРТИ ВЕКА»
  2. I. M. Pavlov Physiology Institute histoty

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