Adenylate cyclase and potassium channels are involved in forskolin- and 1,9-dideoxyforskolin-induced inhibition of pregnant rat uterus contractility

Yuri P. Vedernikov, Ashu S. Syal, Toshiaki Okawa, George R. Saade, Robert E. Garfield

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