A muscarinic mechanism inhibiting the release of noradrenaline from peripheral adrenergic nerve fibres by nicotinic agents.

@article{Lindmar1968AMM,
  title={A muscarinic mechanism inhibiting the release of noradrenaline from peripheral adrenergic nerve fibres by nicotinic agents.},
  author={Ruth Lindmar and Konrad L{\"o}ffelholz and Erich Muscholl},
  journal={British journal of pharmacology and chemotherapy},
  year={1968},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={
          280-94
        }
}

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