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Lack of brain serotonin affects postnatal development and serotonergic neuronal circuitry formation.

Bibliographic reference Migliarini, S. ; Pacini, G. ; Pelosi, Barbara ; Lunardi, G. ; Pasqualetti, M.. Lack of brain serotonin affects postnatal development and serotonergic neuronal circuitry formation.. In: Molecular Psychiatry, Vol. 18, no.10, p. 1106-1118 (2012)
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