Neurolytic blocking agents
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Guidelines to the use of laboratory animals: what about neuromuscular blocking agents?
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Achievement of deep remission during scheduled maintenance therapy with TNFα-blocking agents in IBD
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Axonal protection in experimental autoimmune neuritis by the sodium channel blocking agent flecainide
Physicochemical properties of neuromuscular blocking agents and their impact on the pharmacokinetic–pharmacodynamic relationship
Postoperative residual curarization from intermediate-acting neuromuscular blocking agents delays recovery room discharge†
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1 a chemical reagent that introduces a blocking group.
2 a specific pharmacological antagonist.
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