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Effects of alpha methyl tyrosine on dextro amphetamine induced release of endogenously synthesized and exogenously administered catecholamines from the cat brain in vivo



Effects of alpha methyl tyrosine on dextro amphetamine induced release of endogenously synthesized and exogenously administered catecholamines from the cat brain in vivo



Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 190(1): 100-108




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