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Changes in learning after pinealectomy in rats

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Belozertsev, Y.A., Tertyshnik, I.D. Changes in learning after pinealectomy in rats. Bull Exp Biol Med 104, 1407–1409 (1987).

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Key Words

  • pinealectomy
  • epithalamin
  • learning