Sensory projections to the nucleus basalis prosencephali of the pigeon

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SCHALL, Ulrich, Onur GÜNTÜRKÜN, Juan D. DELIUS, 1986. Sensory projections to the nucleus basalis prosencephali of the pigeon. In: Cell and Tissue Research. 245(3), pp. 539-546. ISSN 0302-766X. eISSN 1432-0878. Available under: doi: 10.1007/bf00218555

@article{Schall1986Senso-46561, title={Sensory projections to the nucleus basalis prosencephali of the pigeon}, year={1986}, doi={10.1007/bf00218555}, number={3}, volume={245}, issn={0302-766X}, journal={Cell and Tissue Research}, pages={539--546}, author={Schall, Ulrich and Güntürkün, Onur and Delius, Juan D.} }

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