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Cholecystokinin cck can attenuate the rate decreasing effects of phencyclidine pcp on schedule controlled behavior in pigeons



Cholecystokinin cck can attenuate the rate decreasing effects of phencyclidine pcp on schedule controlled behavior in pigeons



Federation Proceedings 46(3): 951




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