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Use of muscarinic toxins, mtx1, mtx2 and mtx3, in the study of synaptic transmission in the peripheral nervous system

Bradley, K.N. and Harvey, A.L. and Rowan, E.G. (1997) Use of muscarinic toxins, mtx1, mtx2 and mtx3, in the study of synaptic transmission in the peripheral nervous system. Life Sciences, 60 (13-14). p. 91.

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Abstract

Abstract of poster presentation on the use of muscarinic toxins in the study of synaptic transmission in the peripheral nervous system. Presented at the Seventh International Symposium of Subtypes of Muscarinic Receptors. Vienna, Virginia, USA, 12 November - 15 November 1996.