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Comparative effects of the selective serotonin uptake inhibitors paroxetine and fluoxetine on food intake in rats and effect of paroxetine on body weight in depressed patients



Comparative effects of the selective serotonin uptake inhibitors paroxetine and fluoxetine on food intake in rats and effect of paroxetine on body weight in depressed patients



Journal of Psychopharmacology 4(4): 300




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