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Effects of NMDA-receptor antagonist on the frequency potentiation of entorhinal responses during amygdala kindling stimulation and the post-tetanic potentiation



Effects of NMDA-receptor antagonist on the frequency potentiation of entorhinal responses during amygdala kindling stimulation and the post-tetanic potentiation



Japanese Journal of Physiology 43(Suppl. 2): S184




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