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Effect of alpha adrenergic receptor blockade on infarct size after coronary arterial occlusion in rats comparison with beta and alpha beta blockade



Effect of alpha adrenergic receptor blockade on infarct size after coronary arterial occlusion in rats comparison with beta and alpha beta blockade



Japanese Circulation Journal 52(8): 844




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