Abstracts: Sixth International Congress of Pharmacology
Pergamon Press, 1977 - Pharmacology - 693 pages
Abstracts of the Sixth International Congress of Pharmacology deals with papers submitted during the pharmacology congress held at Helsinki in 1975. This collection of papers deals with research and development in pharmacology and biotherapeutic drugs. The wide array of subjects deals with the therapeutic implications of controlled drug delivery and the methods of drug application, including pharmacological investigations on cell in a culture. The book also contains papers about the interactions of neurotransmitters and the hypothalamic releasing hormones and toxins as tools in receptor studi...
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Metabolism of endogenous noradrenaline
Axonal transport mechanisms
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