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Heart receptors for vasoactive intestinal polypeptide peptide histidine isoleucine and secretin are able to activate adenylate cyclase and to mediate inotropic and chronotropic effects species variations and physiopathology



Heart receptors for vasoactive intestinal polypeptide peptide histidine isoleucine and secretin are able to activate adenylate cyclase and to mediate inotropic and chronotropic effects species variations and physiopathology



Peptides (New York) 5(2): 341-354




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