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Purinergic Receptors As a Regulatory Process of Luminescence in Porichthys Luminous Organs

Bibliographic reference Rees, Jean-François ; Kaouass, M. ; Baguet, Fernand. Purinergic Receptors As a Regulatory Process of Luminescence in Porichthys Luminous Organs. In: The Journal of Experimental Zoology, Vol. 258, no. 2, p. 181-188 (1991)
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