Cough. 5: The type 1 vanilloid receptor: a sensory receptor for cough

Morice A H; Geppetti P
March 2004
Thorax;Mar2004, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p257
Academic Journal
Evidence is presented to support the proposal that activation of the type 1 vanilloid receptor (VR1) is an important sensory mechanism in cough.


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