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Beta adrenergic receptor agonists increase phospholipid methylation and cyclic amp levels in rat pineal gland



Beta adrenergic receptor agonists increase phospholipid methylation and cyclic amp levels in rat pineal gland



Japanese Journal of Pharmacology 55(Suppl. 1): 70P




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