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Psychopharmacological Profile of Cholecystokinin Using the Self-stimulation and the Drug Discrimination Paradigms

Bibliographic reference De Witte, Philippe ; Swanet, E. ; Gewiss, M. ; Goldman, S. ; Roques, B. ; et. al. Psychopharmacological Profile of Cholecystokinin Using the Self-stimulation and the Drug Discrimination Paradigms. In: New York Academy of Sciences. Annals, Vol. 448, no. JUL, p. 470-487 (1985)
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