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Beta-adrenergic blocking agents as potent antagonists of mescaline-induced contractions in the rat uterus

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In the isolated rat uterus, mescaline induces contractions that are notably antagonized by catecholamines, by β-adrenergic stimulants and certain β-adrenergic blocking agents as well as by chlorpromazine, amitriptyline and methysergide.

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Jaques, R. Beta-adrenergic blocking agents as potent antagonists of mescaline-induced contractions in the rat uterus. Experientia 32, 1038–1039 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01933958

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