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Role of endothelium derived nitric oxide versus hyperpolarization in mediating acetylcholine induced relaxation of large coronary arteries



Role of endothelium derived nitric oxide versus hyperpolarization in mediating acetylcholine induced relaxation of large coronary arteries



Circulation 82(4 Suppl. 3): III703




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