Idézéskapcsolat

Rakovska A et al. Neurochemical evidence that cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript (CART) 55-102 peptide modulates the dopaminergic reward system by decreasing the dopamine release in the mouse nucleus accumbens.. (2017) BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN 0361-9230 1873-2747 134 246-252

Közlemény:
Vizi ES et al. Further evidence for the functional role of nonsynaptic nicotinic acetylcholine receptors. (2004) EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PHARMACOLOGY 0014-2999 1879-0712 500 1-3 499-508
Idéző közlemény:
Rakovska A et al. Neurochemical evidence that cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript (CART) 55-102 peptide modulates the dopaminergic reward system by decreasing the dopamine release in the mouse nucleus accumbens.. (2017) BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN 0361-9230 1873-2747 134 246-252
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