Lectures

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The teaching of Pharmacology: new challenges and opportunities   (Monday 9)
J. E. BANOS (Spain)
Pharmacogenetics: from molecules to patients   (Sunday 8)
J. BENITEZ (Spain)
G protein coupled receptors are unfaithful to G proteins   (Sunday 8)
J. BOCKAERT (France)
Purinergic receptors   (Saturday 7)
G. BURNSTOCK (U. K.)
The pathophysiological role of neuronal nicotinic receptors   (Sunday 8)
F. CLEMENTI (Italy)
Zinc metallopeptidase inhibitors: new developments   (Saturday 7)
P. CORVOL (France)
Diabetes and the brain   (Sunday 8)
W. H. GISPEN (The Netherlands)
Ions channels in disease states   (Monday 9)
M. LAZDUNSKI (France)
Neurosteroids   (Sunday 8)
J. J. LAMBERT (U. K.)
Drugs of abuse: neurobiology and pharmacology   (Monday 9)
B. P. ROQUES (France)
Hypertension: new prophylactic and therapeutic strategies   (Monday 9)
B. C. ROSSIER (Switzerland)
Diabetic vasculopathy   (Saturday 7)
C. F. SANCHEZ FERRER (Spain)
The histamine H3 receptor: molecular pharmacology and therapeutic implication   (Saturday 7)
J. C. SCHWARTZ (France)
Genetic differences in response to emotional stress and tranquilizer effects   (Monday 9)
S. SEREDENIN (Russia)
The new pharmacogenetics: clinical implications   (Saturday 7)
F. SJÖQVIST (Sweden)
Presynaptic autoreceptors   (Saturday 7)
K. STARKE (Germany)
Angiotensin II-receptors and their antagonists?   (Monday 9)
P. A. Van ZWIETEN (The Netherlands)
Target organ damage as a goal of antihypertensive therapy   (Sunday 8)
A. ZANCHETTI (Italy)

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