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Histaminergic response to Coriolis stimulation: implication for transdermal scopolamine therapy of motion sickness.
E. T. Wang
D. R. Zhou
L. H. He
Aviation, space, and environmental medicine
Corpus ID: 38125114
The blood levels of histamine and 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT) in 10 subjects, with or without administration of the transdermal…
[Transdermal therapeutic system of scopolamine (TTS-S) in the prevention of sea sickness and its mechanism of action].
Zhonghua er bi yan hou ke za zhi
Corpus ID: 23083221
The efficacy of transdermal therapeutic system of scopolamine (TTS-S) in the prevention of sea sickness and the extent of its…
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