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Ca++-dependent serotonin secretion from the rat hypothalamus during ontogeny

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Sapronova, A.Y., Ugryumov, M.V. Ca++-dependent serotonin secretion from the rat hypothalamus during ontogeny. Bull Exp Biol Med 108, 1101–1104 (1989).

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Key Words

  • serotonin secretion
  • in vitro perfusion
  • rat hypothalamus
  • ontogeny