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Pain Medicine  |   September 1992
Decreased Sensitivity to Metocurine during Long-term Phenytoin Therapy May Be Attributable to Protein Binding and Acetylcholine Receptor Changes
Author Affiliations & Notes
  • C. S. Kim, Ph.D.
    *
  • F. J. Arnold, Ph.D.
  • M. S. Itani, M.S.
  • J. A. J. Martyn, M.D., F.F.A.R.C.S.
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  • * Research Scientist, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Shriners Burns Institute.
  • † Research Scientist, Medical Research Division, Lederle Laboratories, American Cyanamid Co., Pearl River, New York.
  • ‡ Research Associate, Massachusetts General Hospital.
  • § Anesthetist, Massachusetts General Hospital; Associate Director of Anesthesiology, Shriners Burns Institute.
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Pain Medicine
Pain Medicine   |   September 1992
Decreased Sensitivity to Metocurine during Long-term Phenytoin Therapy May Be Attributable to Protein Binding and Acetylcholine Receptor Changes
Anesthesiology 9 1992, Vol.77, 500-506. doi:
Anesthesiology 9 1992, Vol.77, 500-506. doi:
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