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Failure of reserpine to block ether induced release of prolactin physiological evidence that stress induced prolactin release is not caused by acute inhibition of prolactin inhibiting factor secretion



Failure of reserpine to block ether induced release of prolactin physiological evidence that stress induced prolactin release is not caused by acute inhibition of prolactin inhibiting factor secretion



Life Sciences Part I Physiology & Pharmacology 12(7): 327-335




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