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Evidence for NO. redox form of nitric oxide as nitrergic inhibitory neurotransmitter in gut.
Chloride-mediated junction potentials in circular muscle of the guinea pig ileum.
Chloride-mediated inhibitory junction potentials in opossum esophageal circular smooth muscle.
Myosin Va plays a key role in nitrergic neurotransmission by transporting nNOSa to enteric varicosity membrane.
The nature of noncholinergic membrane potential responses to transmural stimulation in guinea pig ileum.
Both ATP and the peptide VIP are inhibitory neurotransmitters in guinea-pig ileum circular muscle.
CrossTalk opposing view: Interstitial cells are not involved and physiologically important in neuromuscular transmission in the gut.