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Histamine H1 and H2-receptors at a ganglionic synapse

Nature

Nov 16, 1973

M J Brimble, D I Wallis

PMID: 4357166

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Pyridines
Depression, Chemical
Synaptic Transmission
Receptors, Drug
Synapses
Drug Interactions
Imidazoles
Thiourea
Ganglia, Spinal
Nerve Impulses
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Histamine H1 and H2-receptors at a ganglionic synapse

Nature

Nov 16, 1973

M J Brimble, D I Wallis

PMID: 4357166

DOI:

Abstract

No abstract listed.

Mentioned in this Paper

Pyridines
Depression, Chemical
Synaptic Transmission
Receptors, Drug
Synapses
Drug Interactions
Imidazoles
Thiourea
Ganglia, Spinal
Nerve Impulses

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