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ET 495 and apomorphine, injected in small doses (0.1--1 microng/kg) into the femoral artery, induced a dose-dependent increase in femoral blood flow. This dilator effect was abolished by section of the ipsilateral femoral nerve and sciatic nerve, transection of the spinal cord, alpha-adrenoceptor blockade, ganglionic blockade and guanethidine. In addition,(More)
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