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Gaba and inhibitory nerve stimulation produce different effects on intracellular ph in crustacean muscle fibers


Gaba and inhibitory nerve stimulation produce different effects on intracellular ph in crustacean muscle fibers



Pfluegers Archiv European Journal of Physiology 415(Suppl 1): R72




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