The proconvulsant effect of sildenafil in mice: role of nitric oxide–cGMP pathway
- K. Riazi, Maryam Roshanpour, Neda Rafiei-Tabatabaei, H. Homayoun, F. Ebrahimi, A. Dehpour
- BiologyBritish Journal of Pharmacology
- 1 April 2006
Sildenafil induces a proconvulsant effect on clonic seizure threshold that interacts with both exogenously and endogenously released NO and may be linked to activation of NO–cGMP pathway.
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