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Regional Amines Levels in the Rat-brain Following Intraaccumbens Cholecystokinin and Intraperitoneal Amphetamine Pretreatment

Bibliographic reference Heidbreder, C. ; Gewiss, M. ; Depotter, W. ; De Witte, Philippe. Regional Amines Levels in the Rat-brain Following Intraaccumbens Cholecystokinin and Intraperitoneal Amphetamine Pretreatment. In: Archives Internationales de Physiologie et de Biochimie, Vol. 100, no. 3, p. 267-273 (1992)
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