Antagonists of bradykinin that stabilize a G-protein-uncoupled state of the B2 receptor act as inverse agonists in rat myometrial cells

L. M.Fredrik Leeb-Lundberg, Sandra A. Mathis, Maryanne C.S. Herzig

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