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Endothelin receptor antagonists

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Endothelin receptor antagonists

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A endothelin receptor antagonist (ERA) is a drug which blocks endothelin receptors. Two main kinds of ERAs exist: selective (e.g. sitaxsentan), which affect endothelin A, and dual ERAs, which affect both endothelin A and B (e.g. bosentan)

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