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Aminergic neurotransmitters reverse the effect of reserpine on biting behavior but not swimming activity in the leech hirudo medicinalis



Aminergic neurotransmitters reverse the effect of reserpine on biting behavior but not swimming activity in the leech hirudo medicinalis



Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 15(1): 27




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