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Amphetamine-induced locomotor activation in 5-Ht 1B knockout mice: effects of injection route on acute and sensitized responses

Amphetamine-induced locomotor activation in 5-Ht 1B knockout mice: effects of injection route on acute and sensitized responses

Behavioural Pharmacology 12(6): 549-555

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DOI: 10.1097/00008877-200111000-00017

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