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A subanesthetic dose of ketamine in the Rhesus monkey reduces the occurrence of anticipatory saccades

Bibliographic reference Ameqrane, Ilhame ; Wattiez, Nicolas ; Pouget, Pierre ; Missal, Marcus ; et. al. A subanesthetic dose of ketamine in the Rhesus monkey reduces the occurrence of anticipatory saccades. In: Psychopharmacology, Vol. 232, no. 19, p. 3563-3572 (2015)
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