PMID: 4398246Sep 1, 1971Paper

The reversal of experimental cardiac arrhythmias by indoramin (Wy 21901)

The Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
B J AlpsA B Wilson

Abstract

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References

May 1, 1970·British Journal of Pharmacology·P Lees, W D Tavernor

Citations

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