PMID: 4376475Jul 1, 1974

Effects of catecholamines, cyclic nucleotides and phosphodiesterase inhibitors on contractions of skeletal muscles in anaesthetized cats

Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology & Physiology
W C Bowman, M W Nott


No abstract listed.


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