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Cytosolic calcium in isolated melanotrophs of an amphibian xenopus laevis spontaneous calcium oscillations and their modulation by dopamine gaba and neuropeptide y the transmitters of the secreto inhibitory nerves



Cytosolic calcium in isolated melanotrophs of an amphibian xenopus laevis spontaneous calcium oscillations and their modulation by dopamine gaba and neuropeptide y the transmitters of the secreto inhibitory nerves



Journal of Physiology (Cambridge) 446: 203P




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