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Physostigmine: is there a role for this antidote in pediatric poisonings?
  • N. Frascogna
  • Medicine
  • Current opinion in pediatrics
  • 1 April 2007
Purpose of review Ingestion of anticholinergic medications is common in pediatrics. Toxicity may result in symptoms such as severe agitation requiring physical restraint. Physostigmine, an antidoteExpand
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Inhibition of adenosine kinase induces expression of VEGF mRNA and protein in myocardial myoblasts.
We tested whether increased endogenous adenosine produced by the adenosine kinase inhibitor GP-515 (Metabasis Therapeutics) can induce vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) expression in culturedExpand
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