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1.

The effect of propranolol on the rise in plasma ammonia during modest exercise.

Hall PE, Smith SR, Kendall MJ.

Eur J Clin Pharmacol. 1987;32(2):149-51.

PMID:
3582478
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The effects of four beta-adrenoceptor antagonists during modest exercise on plasma ammonia and heart rate.

Hall PE, Smith SR, Kendall MJ.

Clin Sci (Lond). 1987 Jun;72(6):679-82.

PMID:
2885122
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Effects of acute non-selective beta-adrenergic blockade on plasma ammonia levels in exercising dogs.

Matthys D, Calders P, Pannier JL.

Int J Sports Med. 1995 Aug;16(6):373-7.

PMID:
7591388
4.

Effects of oral befunolol on heart rate and systolic blood pressure during submaximal exercise in man.

Miki N, Furusho Y, Itaya K, Midorikawa K, Kumagai E, Terasawa M, Ihara S, Matoba T, Toshima H.

Jpn Circ J. 1980 Oct;44(10):783-93.

PMID:
6107392
5.

Exercise training during long-term beta-blockade treatment in healthy subjects.

Savin WM, Gordon EP, Kaplan SM, Hewitt BF, Harrison DC, Haskell WL.

Am J Cardiol. 1985 Apr 26;55(10):101D-109D.

PMID:
3993543
6.

The effects of a cardioselective (metoprolol) and a nonselective (propranolol) beta-adrenergic blocker on the response to dynamic exercise in normal men.

Sklar J, Johnston GD, Overlie P, Gerber JG, Brammell HL, Gal J, Nies AS.

Circulation. 1982 May;65(5):894-9.

PMID:
7074750
7.

Acute response to submaximal and maximal exercise consequent to beta-adrenergic blockade: implications for the prescription of exercise.

Wilmore JH, Freund BJ, Joyner MJ, Hetrick GA, Hartzell AA, Strother RT, Ewy GA, Faris WE.

Am J Cardiol. 1985 Apr 26;55(10):135D-141D.

PMID:
3993545
8.

Effect of beta blockade and intrinsic sympathomimetic activity on exercise performance.

Ades PA, Brammell HL, Greenberg JH, Horwitz LD.

Am J Cardiol. 1984 Dec 1;54(10):1337-41.

PMID:
6507309
10.

The effect of acute vs chronic treatment with beta-adrenoceptor blockade on exercise performance, haemodynamic and metabolic parameters in healthy men and women.

Gullestad L, Hallen J, Medbø JI, Grønnerød O, Holme I, Sejersted OM.

Br J Clin Pharmacol. 1996 Jan;41(1):57-67.

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Effects of acute cardioselective and non-selective beta-adrenergic blockade on plasma ammonia levels in exercising dogs.

Matthys D, Calders P, Kint J, Pannier JL.

Arch Physiol Biochem. 1996;104(1):14-9.

PMID:
8724875
12.

Alteration of propranolol pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics by quinidine in man.

Yasuhara M, Yatsuzuka A, Yamada K, Okumura K, Hori R, Sakurai T, Kawai C.

J Pharmacobiodyn. 1990 Nov;13(11):681-7.

PMID:
2093126
13.

Exercise-induced increments in plasma levels of propranolol and noradrenaline.

Hurwitz GA, Webb JG, Walle T, Bai SA, Daniell HB, Gourley L, Boyd Loadholt C, Gaffney TE.

Br J Clin Pharmacol. 1983 Dec;16(6):599-608.

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Comparison of the effect of pindolol and propranolol on heart rate after acute and chronic administration.

Finch MB, O'Connor PC, Harron DW, Shanks RG.

Br J Clin Pharmacol. 1983 Apr;15(4):431-4.

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Antihypertensive effect of propranolol at rest and during exercise.

Leenen FH, Boer P, Dorhout Mees EJ.

Br J Clin Pharmacol. 1983 Mar;15(3):361-5.

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Attenuation of exercise conditioning by low dose beta-adrenergic receptor blockade.

Marsh RC, Hiatt WR, Brammell HL, Horwitz LD.

J Am Coll Cardiol. 1983 Sep;2(3):551-6.

PMID:
6135725
18.

Efficacy of once daily penbutolol in chronic stable angina. An objective comparison with long-acting propranolol.

Bowles MJ, Khurmi NS, Bala Subramanian V, Raftery EB.

Int J Cardiol. 1984 Feb;5(2):131-42.

PMID:
6365803
19.

Effect of beta blockade on exercise response after cardiac transplantation.

Bexton RS, Milne JR, Cory-Pearce R, English TA, Camm AJ.

Br Heart J. 1983 Jun;49(6):584-8.

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Biphasic pattern of hypersensitivity following acute propranolol withdrawal in normal subjects.

Krukemyer JJ, Boudoulas H, Binkley PF, Lima JJ.

Life Sci. 1989;45(17):1547-51.

PMID:
2586219
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