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Arrest of neuronal migration by excitatory amino acids in hamster developing brain

Bibliographic reference Marret, S. ; Gressens, P. ; Evrard, Philippe. Arrest of neuronal migration by excitatory amino acids in hamster developing brain. In: National Academy of Sciences. Proceedings, Vol. 93, no. 26, p. 15463-15468 (1996)
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