Seventh Symposium on Subtypes of Musccarinic Receptors.
BOSTON UNIV MA
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Partial Contents Role of m1 Receptor-G Protein Coupling in Cell Proliferation in the Prostate In Vivo Pharmacology of Butylthio2.2.2 LY297802NNC11-11053, an Orally Acting Antinociceptive Muscarinic Agonist In Vivo Consequences of M1-receptor Activation by Talsaclidine Muscarinic m1 Receptor Agonists Increase the Secretion of the Amyloid Precursor Protein Ectodomain, and Muscarinic Agonists in Alzheimers Disease.
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