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Haloperidol-induced plasma prolactin release: sensitivity, reliability, and comparison to haloperidol antagonism of dopamine agonist-induced stereotyped behavior in the rat



Haloperidol-induced plasma prolactin release: sensitivity, reliability, and comparison to haloperidol antagonism of dopamine agonist-induced stereotyped behavior in the rat



Psychopharmacology 78(4): 383-384




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DOI: 10.1007/bf00433748


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