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Functional coupling of the gaba b receptor with the adenylyl cyclase system in the brain



Functional coupling of the gaba b receptor with the adenylyl cyclase system in the brain



Bowery, N G , H Bittiger And H -R Olpe (Ed ) Gaba-B Receptors in Mammalian Function; 1st International Gaba-B Symposium, Cambridge, England, Uk, September 1989 Xviii+442p John Wiley And Sons, Inc : New York, New York, Usa; Chichester, England, Uk Illus 421-422




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