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Vasoactive intestinal peptide causes a calcium dependent stimulation of prolactin secretion without altering electrophysiological membrane properties in gh 4c 1 cells






Acta Physiologica Scandinavica 121(3): 8A

Vasoactive intestinal peptide causes a calcium dependent stimulation of prolactin secretion without altering electrophysiological membrane properties in gh 4c 1 cells



Accession: 029534927



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