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Volume 286, Number 1, 3 November 1995

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Inotropic action of  receptor ligands in isolated cardiac myocytes from adult rats
pp. 19-30(12)
Authors: Novakova, M.; Ela, C.; Barg, J.; Vogel, Z.; Hasin, Y.; Eilam, Y.

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G 619, a dual thromboxane synthase inhibitor and thromboxane A2 receptor antagonist, inhibits tumor necrosis factor-α biosynthesis
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Authors: Altavilla, D.; Squadrito, F.; Canale, P.; Ioculano, M.; Squadrito, G.; Campo, G.M.; Serrano, M.; Sardella, A.; Urna, G.; Spignoli, G.; Caputi, A.P.

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Systemic and splanchnic oxygen supply-demand relationship with fenoldopam, dopamine and noradrenaline in sheep
pp. 49-60(12)
Authors: Schiffer, E.R.; Schwieger, I.M.; Gosteli, P.; Poinsot, O.; Mentha, G.; Morel, D.R.

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Weak tolerance to the antinociceptive effect induced by the association of a peptidase inhibitor and a CCKB receptor antagonist
pp. 79-93(15)
Authors: Valverde, O.; Blommaert, A.G.S.; Fournie-Zaluski, M.; Roques, B.P.; Maldonado, R.

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Inhibition of catecholamine synthesis by proadrenomedullin N-terminal 20 peptide in cultured bovine adrenal medullary cells
pp. 95-97(3)
Authors: Niina, H.; Kobayashi, H.; Kitamura, K.; Katoh, F.; Eto, T.; Wada, A.

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Attenuation of morphine tolerance and dependence with the highly selective -opioid receptor antagonist TIPP[]
pp. 105-108(4)
Authors: Fundytus, M.E.; Schiller, P.W.; Shapiro, M.; Weltrowska, G.; Coderre, T.J.

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Tyrosine kinase inhibitors regulate serotonin uptake in platelets
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