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National Crime Victimization Survey: Stalking Victimization in the United States
During a 12-month period, an estimated 3.4 million persons age 18 or older were victims of stalking. Stalking is defined as a course of conduct directed at a specific person that would cause aExpand
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Female Victims of Violence
This report provides the current findings on nonfatal and fatal violent crimes committed against females. Data are from the Bureau of Justice Statistics’ National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS),Expand
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Textbook of Pharmacology.
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Nitric oxide as a neurotransmitter in peripheral nerves: nature of transmitter and mechanism of transmission.
We coined the adjectival term nitrergic to describe the mode of transmission that involves nitric oxide (NO) and, by extension, the transmitter and the nerves from which it originates (100, 135,Expand
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Evidence that part of the NANC relaxant response of guinea‐pig trachea to electrical field stimulation is mediated by nitric oxide
  • C. G. Li, M. Rand
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • British journal of pharmacology
  • 1 January 1991
1 The nitric oxide (NO) synthesis inhibitors NG‐monomethyl l‐arginine (l‐NMMA) and l‐nitroarginine methyl ester (l‐NAME) reduced relaxations of guinea‐pig tracheal smooth muscle elicited byExpand
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The inhibitory innervation of the taenia of the guinea‐pig caecum
1. The inhibitory innervation of the taenia of the guinea‐pig caecum has been studied, after blocking the responses to stimulation of excitatory cholinergic nerves with atropine.
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A simple isolated nerve-blood vessel preparation.
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Differential effects of hydroxocobalamin on NO‐mediated relaxations in rat aorta and anococcygeus muscle
In rat aortic rings, hydroxocobalamin (10–30 μm) produced concentration‐dependent reductions of the relaxant action of nitric oxide (NO) and the endothelium‐dependent, NO‐mediated, relaxant action ofExpand
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  • J. H. Burn, M. Rand
  • Medicine
  • British journal of pharmacology and chemotherapy
  • 1 February 1997
When the postganglionic fibres to the nictitating membrane are stimulated in a cat treated with reserpine, the membrane contracts. The contraction is increased after the injection of eserine and isExpand
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The relation of circulating noradrenaline to the effect of sympathetic stimulation
From a comparison of the action of sympathomimetic amines in normal animals and in animals treated with reserpine, we were led to the conclusion that some of the simpler amines, such as tyramine, actExpand
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