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Isoproterenol stimulates tubular DNA replication in mice

Isoproterenol stimulates tubular DNA replication in mice

Cardiac oxidative stress in acute and chronic isoproterenol-infused rats

QT interval variability in panic disorder patients after isoproterenol infusions

P135Sulfur dioxide derivative prevents isoproterenol induced electrophysiological alterations

Effects of Age and Gender on the Cardiovascular Responses to Isoproterenol

Altered inotropic response of endothelin-1 in cardiomyocytes from rats with isoproterenol-induced cardiomyopathy

Similarities between early and delayed afterdepolarizations induced by isoproterenol in canine ventricular myocytes1

Low-dose isoproterenol for repetitive ventricular arrhythmia in patients with Brugada syndrome

Consecutive administration of atropine and isoproterenol for the evaluation of asymptomatic sinus bradycardia

Commentary on Effects of Age and Gender on the Cardiovascular Responses to Isoproterenol Cardiac Aging: Role of the Beta Adrenergic System

P-253 Isoproterenol + adenosine vs. nitroglicerine. Can we substitute one long protocol with two short protocols?

Development of heart failure following isoproterenol administration in the rat: role of the renin–angiotensin system

Protein kinase G reverses all isoproterenol induced changes of cardiac single L-type calcium channel gating

Isoproterenol amplifies 17β-estradiol-mediated vasorelaxation: role of endothelium/nitric oxide and cyclic AMP

Gingerol, isoproterenol and ouabain normalize impaired post-rest behavior but not force–frequency relation in failing human myocardium

Changes of aquaporin 5-distribution during release and reaccumulation of secretory granules in isoproterenol-treated mouse parotid gland


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3,4‐dihydroxy‐α‐[(isopropylamino)methyl]benzyl alcohol; the synthetic isopropyl analogue of epinephrine. It is a selective agonist of β adrenoceptors, but does not discriminate between β1 and β2 subtypes.

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