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The effect of certain -adrenoceptor antagonists on overdrive suppression

British Journal of Pharmacology

Nov 1, 1972

Gerry KelliherJeffrey A Roberts

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1. Propranolol, as the racemate and the (+)- and (-)-isomers (400 mug/l.) and practolol (50 mg/l.) were tested for their effects on atrial and ventricular rates and on the duration of overdrive suppression (ODI) in isolated perfused cat hearts with surgically-induced heart block.2. Race...read more

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V-Serp
Xeroderma Pigmentosum, Variant Type
Propranolol
Practolol
Metazoa
Structure-Activity Relationship
Reserpine
Heart Block
Excitability
Propylamines
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The effect of certain -adrenoceptor antagonists on overdrive suppression

British Journal of Pharmacology

Nov 1, 1972

Gerry KelliherJeffrey A Roberts

PMID: 4144239

DOI: 10.1111/j.1476-5381.1972.tb08133.x

Abstract

1. Propranolol, as the racemate and the (+)- and (-)-isomers (400 mug/l.) and practolol (50 mg/l.) were tested for their effects on atrial and ventricular rates and on the duration of overdrive suppression (ODI) in isolated perfused cat hearts with surgically-induced heart block.2. Race...read more

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V-Serp
Xeroderma Pigmentosum, Variant Type
Propranolol
Practolol
Metazoa

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