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Evaluation of antagonism of aconitine-induced dysrhythmias in mice as a method of detecting and assessing antidysrhythmic activity

British Journal of Pharmacology

Jan 1, 1980

E B Winslow

PMID: 7470765

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1 Antagonism of aconitine-induced dysrhythmias in mice as a method of detecting and assessing antidysrhythmia activity was evaluated. 2 Aconitine-induced dysrhythmias in mice appear to be selectively sensitive to antidysrhythmia agents (administered intraperitoneally) which reduce the i...read more

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Org 6001
Propranolol
Amiodarone
Calcium [EPC]
Aconitine
Practolol
Drug Kinetics
Procainamide
Cardiac Depressants
Action Potentials
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Evaluation of antagonism of aconitine-induced dysrhythmias in mice as a method of detecting and assessing antidysrhythmic activity

British Journal of Pharmacology

Jan 1, 1980

E B Winslow

PMID: 7470765

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Abstract

1 Antagonism of aconitine-induced dysrhythmias in mice as a method of detecting and assessing antidysrhythmia activity was evaluated. 2 Aconitine-induced dysrhythmias in mice appear to be selectively sensitive to antidysrhythmia agents (administered intraperitoneally) which reduce the i...read more

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Propranolol
Amiodarone
Calcium [EPC]
Aconitine

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