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Dose shift effects on an apomorphine-elicited response

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DELIUS, Juan, Adriana GODOY, Martina SIEMANN, 2000. Dose shift effects on an apomorphine-elicited response. In: Medical Science Research. 28, pp. 39-42. ISSN 0269-8951

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