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Train-of-four and tetanic fade are not always a prejunctional phenomenon as evaluated by toxins having highly specific pre- and postjunctional actions.

Train-of-four and tetanic fade are not always a prejunctional phenomenon as evaluated by toxins having highly specific pre- and postjunctional actions. Anesth Analg. 2013 May; 116(5):994-1000.

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