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Vesicular and non-vesicular release of GABA synthesized from carbon-14 glutamine in cultured GABAergic neurons



Vesicular and non-vesicular release of GABA synthesized from carbon-14 glutamine in cultured GABAergic neurons



Journal of Neurochemistry 61(Suppl. ): S73




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