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The irreversible binding of acetylcholine mustard to muscarinic receptors in intestinal smooth muscle of the guinea-pig

British Journal of Pharmacology

Mar 1, 1975

D A RobinsonJ M Young

PMID: 1137730

Abstract

1. Acetylcholine mustard (N-2-chloroethyl-N-methyl-2-acetoxyethylamine), a potent muscarinic agonist, binds virtually irreversibly to muscarinic receptors in longitudinal muscle strips from guinea-pig small intesting, as shown by the inhibition of the binding of E13-H]-propylbenzilychol...read more

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Mustard antigen
Nitrogen Mustard Compounds
Carboptic
Cavia
Acetylcholine mustard
Smooth Muscle
Cholinergic Receptors
Mustard preparation
Mechlorethamine
Binding (Molecular Function)
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The irreversible binding of acetylcholine mustard to muscarinic receptors in intestinal smooth muscle of the guinea-pig

British Journal of Pharmacology

Mar 1, 1975

D A RobinsonJ M Young

PMID: 1137730

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Abstract

1. Acetylcholine mustard (N-2-chloroethyl-N-methyl-2-acetoxyethylamine), a potent muscarinic agonist, binds virtually irreversibly to muscarinic receptors in longitudinal muscle strips from guinea-pig small intesting, as shown by the inhibition of the binding of E13-H]-propylbenzilychol...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Mustard antigen
Nitrogen Mustard Compounds
Carboptic
Cavia
Acetylcholine mustard
Smooth Muscle
Cholinergic Receptors
Mustard preparation
Mechlorethamine
Binding (Molecular Function)

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