Long-term phorbol ester treatment dissociates phospholipase D activation from phosphoinositide hydrolysis and prostacyclin synthesis in endothelial cells stimulated with bradykinin

Thomas W. Martin, Dorothy R. Feldman, Keith E. Goldstein, John R. Wagner

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