Classification and biological distribution of histamine receptor sub-types. 1975

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N Chand, P Eyre


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Jan 1, 1975·European Journal of Pharmacology·M C Holroyde, P Eyre
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Feb 13, 1975·Nature·T O YellinS H Buck
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Jun 1, 1972·Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology·A J Lewis, P Eyre
Jul 27, 1973·Nature·L M Lichtenstein, E Gillespie
Apr 5, 1974·Science·H R BourneG M Shearer
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