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The Anti-Tussive Action of Phenyl-Methyl-Oxadiazole (PMO): An Experimental Study on Guinea Pigs

Date: 1900
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Dahlgren, SE
Dalhamm, T
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Toxicity and consumer intake
Development of scientifically valid procedures for measuring biological activity and neurological effects of nicotine and smoke constituents.
Keyword
Anti-tussive
Guinea pig testing
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Phenyl methyl oxadiazole (PMO)
Anti-tussive, decreases chronic airway inflammation
Phenyl methyl oxadiazole (PMO)
Anti-tussive, decreases chronic airway inflammation
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In vivo
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health effects
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From the Department of Pathology, Danderyd's Hospital • " ~ and the .... "" " ..... Department of Hygiene, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden THE ANTI~TUSSIVE ACTION OF PHENYL-METHYL-OXADIAZOLE (PMO) An Experimental Study on Guinea pigs SVen E. Dahlgren and Tore Dalhamn Acknowledgements: The authors are grateful to the Lorillard Corporation, Research Division, for.~upplying the PMO material used in these experiments. Key-words: Phenyl-methyl-oxadlazole-anti-tussive action on guinea

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