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Studies on the cardiovascular depressor actions of ST 91--an analogue of clonidine

European Journal of Pharmacology

Dec 1, 1978

P L McLennan, G A Bentley

Abstract

St 91 is an analogue of the alpha-adrenoceptor agonist and antihypertensive agent clonidine. I.v. infusion of St 91 (8 microgram/kg/min, 2 min) produces an immediate but transient pressor response and a prolonged bradycardia but, unlike clonidine, it produces no hypotension, allegedly b...read more

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Blood - Brain Barrier Anatomy
Depression, Chemical
Bradycardia
Structure of Cisterna Magna
ST 91
Analog
Verteporfin
Adrenergic alpha-Agonists
Entire Vertebral Artery
Structure of Vertebral Artery
Paper Details
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  • Citations6
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Studies on the cardiovascular depressor actions of ST 91--an analogue of clonidine

European Journal of Pharmacology

Dec 1, 1978

P L McLennan, G A Bentley

PMID: 729638

DOI: 10.1016/0014-2999(78)90277-7

Abstract

St 91 is an analogue of the alpha-adrenoceptor agonist and antihypertensive agent clonidine. I.v. infusion of St 91 (8 microgram/kg/min, 2 min) produces an immediate but transient pressor response and a prolonged bradycardia but, unlike clonidine, it produces no hypotension, allegedly b...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Blood - Brain Barrier Anatomy
Depression, Chemical
Bradycardia
Structure of Cisterna Magna
ST 91
Analog
Verteporfin
Adrenergic alpha-Agonists
Entire Vertebral Artery
Structure of Vertebral Artery

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