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Effects of n methyl d aspartate nmda and dl 2 amino 7 phosphonoheptanoate ap7 on mouse brain glutamate turnover



Effects of n methyl d aspartate nmda and dl 2 amino 7 phosphonoheptanoate ap7 on mouse brain glutamate turnover



Hicks, T P , D Lodge And H Mclennan (Ed ) Neurology And Neurobiology, Vol 24 Excitatory Amino Acid Transmission; Satellite Symposium to The 30th Congress Of The International Union Of Physiological Sciences, Banff, Alberta, Canada, July 20-23, 1986 Xxv+426p Alan R Liss, Inc : New York, New York, Usa Illus 413-416




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