Relaxation response to pinacidil and diazoxide in the mouse isolated distal colon.

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Pinacidil and diazoxide induced concentration-related relaxations of the longitudinal muscle of the mouse distal colon. The relaxing effects of pinacidil and diazoxide were unaffected by tetraethylammonium, but were antagonized by tolbutamide and glibenclamide. Relaxations provoked by nifedipine were not counteracted by the two hypoglycaemic sulfonylureas… (More)

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@article{Lebrun1990RelaxationRT, title={Relaxation response to pinacidil and diazoxide in the mouse isolated distal colon.}, author={Philippe Lebrun and Jeanine Fontaine}, journal={Pharmacology}, year={1990}, volume={40 1}, pages={21-6} }