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Commentary on paper by G. Burnstock, G. Campbell, D. Satchell & A. Smythe (1970) entitled "Evidence that adenosine triphosphate or a related nucleotide is the transmitter substance released by non-adrenergic inhibitory nerves in the gut"

Burnstock, G; (1997) Commentary on paper by G. Burnstock, G. Campbell, D. Satchell & A. Smythe (1970) entitled "Evidence that adenosine triphosphate or a related nucleotide is the transmitter substance released by non-adrenergic inhibitory nerves in the gut". In: Birmingham, AT and Brown, DA, (eds.) Landmarks in Pharmacology. (334 - 357). Br. J. Pharmacol. (Golden Jubilee 1946-1996)

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Type:Book chapter
Title:Commentary on paper by G. Burnstock, G. Campbell, D. Satchell & A. Smythe (1970) entitled "Evidence that adenosine triphosphate or a related nucleotide is the transmitter substance released by non-adrenergic inhibitory nerves in the gut"
Keywords:Adenosine, Nucleotide, pharmacology, vas deferens, NOS, guinea-pig, Gut
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Life Sciences > Biosciences (Division of)

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