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Local interneurons and projection neurons in the antennal lobe from a spiking point of view

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MEYER, Anneke, Giovanni C. GALIZIA, Martin Paul NAWROT, 2013. Local interneurons and projection neurons in the antennal lobe from a spiking point of view. In: Journal of Neurophysiology. 110(10), pp. 2465-2474. ISSN 0022-3077. eISSN 1522-1598. Available under: doi: 10.1152/jn.00260.2013

@article{Meyer2013-11Local-25758, title={Local interneurons and projection neurons in the antennal lobe from a spiking point of view}, year={2013}, doi={10.1152/jn.00260.2013}, number={10}, volume={110}, issn={0022-3077}, journal={Journal of Neurophysiology}, pages={2465--2474}, author={Meyer, Anneke and Galizia, Giovanni C. and Nawrot, Martin Paul} }

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