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Muscarinic receptor agonists inhibit adenylate cyclase of membranes from rat cerebellar granule cells in primary culture



Muscarinic receptor agonists inhibit adenylate cyclase of membranes from rat cerebellar granule cells in primary culture



Federation Proceedings 45(3): 661




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