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Effects of naloxone on the electrically evoked vasopressin release from the combined neurointermediate lobe or isolated neural lobe of the rat hypophysis



Effects of naloxone on the electrically evoked vasopressin release from the combined neurointermediate lobe or isolated neural lobe of the rat hypophysis



Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology 330(Suppl.): R68




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