PMID: 6966767Apr 1, 1980Paper

Effects of anticholinesterases and of sodium fluoride on neuromyal desensitization

Neuropharmacology
T Akasu, A G Karczmar

Abstract

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Jun 1, 1989·Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology·E L OchoaM G McNamee
Mar 18, 1983·European Journal of Pharmacology·T AkasuK Koketsu
Apr 18, 1983·Life Sciences·J G Clement, M Filbert
Jan 1, 1983·Progress in Neurobiology·J J McArdle
Jan 1, 1992·Progress in Neurobiology·M Scuka, J W Mozrzymas
Apr 1, 1986·British Journal of Pharmacology·C C ChangJ L Ko
Oct 12, 1999·Journal of Applied Physiology·R PanenicP F Gardiner
May 1, 1982·The American Journal of Physiology·D F Wilson
Nov 1, 1985·The American Journal of Physiology·A A Manthey

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