Dissociated neurons of the pupal honeybee brain in cell culture


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KREISSL, Sabine, Gerd BICKER, 1992. Dissociated neurons of the pupal honeybee brain in cell culture. In: Journal of Neurocytology. 21(8), pp. 545-556. ISSN 0300-4864

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