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Failure of 5-methoxytryptamine to evoke the Bezold-Jarisch effect supports homology of excitatory 5-HT receptors on vagal afferents and postganglionic sympathetic neurones


Failure of 5-methoxytryptamine to evoke the Bezold-Jarisch effect supports homology of excitatory 5-HT receptors on vagal afferents and postganglionic sympathetic neurones



European Journal of Pharmacology 95(3-4): 331-332



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