PMID: 46356Jan 4, 1975

Letter: Prostaglandins and asthma

Lancet
A P Smith, L Dunlop

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

Feb 1, 1987·Prostaglandins, Leukotrienes, and Medicine·S B SchwartzbergD Van Praag
Jan 1, 1977·Pharmacology & Therapeutics. Part B: General & Systematic Pharmacology·P J Piper
Sep 1, 1985·Annales De L'Institut Pasteur. Immunology·E IsraelJ M Drazen
Jan 1, 1977·Pharmacology & Therapeutics. Part B: General & Systematic Pharmacology·B G Simonsson, N Svedmyr
Mar 1, 1990·American Journal of Otolaryngology·Z CenikY Uyar
Jun 1, 1984·British Journal of Pharmacology·R CarrierC A Stone
Jan 1, 1986·Lung·S P Hanley
Oct 1, 1981·Australian and New Zealand Journal of Medicine·J P Seale
May 1, 1990·Clinical and Experimental Allergy : Journal of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology·M HamidS T Holgate

Citations

Feb 3, 1973·British Medical Journal·K Alanko, H Poppius

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