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FRETing over dopamine: single cell cAMP and protein kinase A responses to 100 ms dopamine application



FRETing over dopamine: single cell cAMP and protein kinase A responses to 100 ms dopamine application



Journal of Physiology 591(13): 3107




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PMID: 23818705

DOI: 10.1113/jphysiol.2013.255893


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