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Cyclic GMP in the perfused rat heart. Effect of ischaemia, anoxia and nitric oxide synthase inhibitor.

Bibliographic reference Depré, C ; Hue, Louis. Cyclic GMP in the perfused rat heart. Effect of ischaemia, anoxia and nitric oxide synthase inhibitor.. In: FEBS letters, Vol. 345, no. 2-3, p. 241-5 (1994)
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