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A study of the spectrum of psychotropic action of mebicar

  • A. V. Val'dman
  • I. V. Zaikonnikova
  • M. M. Kozlovskaya
  • I. E. Zimakova
Pharmacology

Key Words

transquilizer mebicar psychotropic action group interaction in animals emotional responses 

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1980

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. V. Val'dman
  • I. V. Zaikonnikova
  • M. M. Kozlovskaya
  • I. E. Zimakova

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