PMID: 7007775Nov 10, 1980Paper

Digitalis cardiotoxicity revisited

Life Sciences
C M Lathers, J Roberts

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Dec 17, 1981·European Journal of Pharmacology·C M LathersJ Roberts
Sep 1, 1982·Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior·T Palfai, V H Felleman
Jan 1, 1986·Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology & Physiology·A Y LeeT M Wong
Jan 1, 1988·Reviews in Clinical & Basic Pharmacology·C M LathersH Klions
Jan 1, 1987·Journal of Clinical Pharmacology·C M Lathers, L J Lipka
Jul 1, 1983·Medicinal Research Reviews·J A Bristol, D B Evans
May 1, 1987·Journal of Clinical Pharmacology·C M Lathers, P L Schraeder
Nov 1, 1989·Basic Research in Cardiology·J C KhatterR J Hoeschen

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