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“…Our data also demonstrate that the integrity of the microfilament network is required for the corticotropic activity of ET‐1, whereas microtubules and intermediate filaments are apparently not involved in the mechanism of action of ET‐1. 5…”
Section: Effect Of Endothelin‐1 On Corticosteroid Productionmentioning
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“…Our data also demonstrate that the integrity of the microfilament network is required for the corticotropic activity of ET‐1, whereas microtubules and intermediate filaments are apparently not involved in the mechanism of action of ET‐1. 5…”
Section: Effect Of Endothelin‐1 On Corticosteroid Productionmentioning