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Influence of intraseptal injections of cholinolytics on hippocampal rhythmic slow activity (RSA) was investigated in cats. Results of the first experiment have shown that neither atropine (At) nor scopolamine (Sc) injected into the medial septum in doses of 20 micrograms prevented the induction of RSA by a cholinergic (carbachol-CCh) stimulation of the anterior hypothalamus as well as by electrical stimulation of posterior hypothalamus or periaqueductal grey substance (PAG), and were onlypmid:1293959 fatcat:bjselddghfhm7df4rwiltsp7pm