Ovarian blood flow in the dioestrous rat is reduced by the substrate, L-arginine, and by an inhibitor of nitric oxide synthesis

Neville Bruce, Stephen Parkinson, Arunasalam Dharmarajan

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    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication27th Australian Society for Reproductive Biology
    Place of PublicationMelbourne
    PublisherAustralian Society for Reproductive Biology
    Pages136
    Volume27
    Publication statusPublished - 1995
    EventOvarian blood flow in the dioestrous rat is reduced by the substrate, L-arginine, and by an inhibitor of nitric oxide synthesis -
    Duration: 1 Jan 1995 → …

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    ConferenceOvarian blood flow in the dioestrous rat is reduced by the substrate, L-arginine, and by an inhibitor of nitric oxide synthesis
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    Bruce, N., Parkinson, S., & Dharmarajan, A. (1995). Ovarian blood flow in the dioestrous rat is reduced by the substrate, L-arginine, and by an inhibitor of nitric oxide synthesis. In 27th Australian Society for Reproductive Biology (Vol. 27, pp. 136). Melbourne: Australian Society for Reproductive Biology.
    Bruce, Neville ; Parkinson, Stephen ; Dharmarajan, Arunasalam. / Ovarian blood flow in the dioestrous rat is reduced by the substrate, L-arginine, and by an inhibitor of nitric oxide synthesis. 27th Australian Society for Reproductive Biology. Vol. 27 Melbourne : Australian Society for Reproductive Biology, 1995. pp. 136
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    Ovarian blood flow in the dioestrous rat is reduced by the substrate, L-arginine, and by an inhibitor of nitric oxide synthesis. / Bruce, Neville; Parkinson, Stephen; Dharmarajan, Arunasalam.

    27th Australian Society for Reproductive Biology. Vol. 27 Melbourne : Australian Society for Reproductive Biology, 1995. p. 136.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference paperConference paper

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    Bruce N, Parkinson S, Dharmarajan A. Ovarian blood flow in the dioestrous rat is reduced by the substrate, L-arginine, and by an inhibitor of nitric oxide synthesis. In 27th Australian Society for Reproductive Biology. Vol. 27. Melbourne: Australian Society for Reproductive Biology. 1995. p. 136