Ventricular, but not atrial, M2-muscarinic receptors increase in the canine pacing-overdrive model of heart failure.
- Published Article
Canadian Journal of Cardiology
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 1996
Canine ventricular muscarinic receptors display a specificity for the M2 subtype. In contrast to previous work, tachycardia-induced heart failure was accompanied by an increase (+ 53%) in ventricular, but not atrial, M2 receptors compared with normal dogs.
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