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Pharmacological evidence for heterogeneity of ocular alpha 2 adrenoceptors.
Review: alpha 2 and DA2 agonists as antiglaucoma agents: comparative pharmacology and clinical potential.
Medetomidine-induced alterations of intraocular pressure and contraction of the nictitating membrane.
Ocular effects of a relatively selective alpha 2 agonist (UK-14, 304-18) in cats, rabbits and monkeys.
An in vivo model for dissociating alpha 2-and DA2-adrenoceptor activity in an ocular adnexa: utility of the cat nictitating membrane preparation.
Adrenergic drugs and intraocular pressure: effects of selective beta-adrenergic agonists.
Comparative effects of alpha-2 and DA-2 agonists on intraocular pressure in pigmented and nonpigmented rabbits.
Ocular actions of moxonidine: a possible role for imidazoline receptors.
Alpha-2 adrenoceptor mediated changes in aqueous dynamics: effect of pertussis toxin.
Rilmenidine-induced ocular hypotension: role of imidazoline1 and alpha 2 receptors.
Oxymetazoline: potential mechanisms of inhibitory effects on aqueous humor dynamics.
Naphazoline-induced suppression of aqueous humor pressure and flow: involvement of central and peripheral alpha(2)/I(1) receptors.
Naphazoline-induced neuroendocrine changes: increases in ANP and cGMP levels, but suppression of NE, 3H-NE, and cAMP levels in rabbit eyes.
Pharmacological evidence of a role for prejunctional imidazoline (I(1)) receptors in ocular function.
Adrenergic alpha Agonists