The effects of MnDPDP are smaller but of the same type than those induced by MnCl2. Their inhibition by calcium channel blockers (verapamil and nifedipine) and by an excess of strong chelators such as DPDP or EDTA confirms that they originate from a partial release of Mn++ by the contrast agent.
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