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Differentiation between muscarinic receptor subtypes coupled to adenylate cyclase and phosphoinositide hydrolysis in canine tracheal smooth muscle cells



Differentiation between muscarinic receptor subtypes coupled to adenylate cyclase and phosphoinositide hydrolysis in canine tracheal smooth muscle cells



Life Sciences 52(5-6): 580




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DOI: 10.1016/0024-3205(93)90376-e


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