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Effect of nitro-L-arginine on electrical and mechanical responses to acetylcholine in the superior mesenteric artery from stroke-prone hypertensive rat.

Bibliographic reference Ghisdal, Philippe ; Godfraind, Theophile ; Morel, Nicole. Effect of nitro-L-arginine on electrical and mechanical responses to acetylcholine in the superior mesenteric artery from stroke-prone hypertensive rat.. In: British journal of pharmacology, Vol. 128, no. 7, p. 1513-23 (1999)
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