Contractions of canine intrapulmonary airways and their dependence on choline uptake.

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The importance of high-affinity choline uptake in sustaining the synthesis of acetylcholine in isolated canine intrapulmonary airways was examined by using tissue bath techniques. Prolonged electrical stimulation of control airways caused contractions that decayed during the first few minutes of stimulation but eventually reached plateaus. In contrast… (More)

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@article{Hyatt1982ContractionsOC, title={Contractions of canine intrapulmonary airways and their dependence on choline uptake.}, author={M Chad Hyatt and John A. Russell}, journal={The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics}, year={1982}, volume={223 3}, pages={709-15} }