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Coupling of muscarinic cholinergic receptor with effectors during its synthesis in cultured smooth muscle discrepancy between coupling to contractile system and that to adenylate cyclase system



Coupling of muscarinic cholinergic receptor with effectors during its synthesis in cultured smooth muscle discrepancy between coupling to contractile system and that to adenylate cyclase system



Japanese Journal of Pharmacology 36(Suppl.): 176P




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