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Stopping smooth pursuit.

Bibliographic reference Missal, Marcus ; Heinen, Stephen J. Stopping smooth pursuit.. In: Philosophical transactions. Biological sciences / Royal Society of London, Vol. 372, no.1718, p. 20160200 (2017)
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