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Relationship between the circulating levels of prolactin in serum and in cerebro spinal fluid evidence for a rapid passage of prolactin through the blood cerebro spinal fluid barrier



Relationship between the circulating levels of prolactin in serum and in cerebro spinal fluid evidence for a rapid passage of prolactin through the blood cerebro spinal fluid barrier



Acta Endocrinologica Supplementum: 178




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