PMID: 239360Jan 1, 1975Paper

Effects of catecholamine releasing agents on synaptosomal dopamine biosynthesis: multiple pools of dopamine or multiple forms of tyrosine hydroxylase

Neuropharmacology
R Kuczenski

Abstract

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Jun 1, 1983·Neurochemical Research·S R Philips, A M Robson
Feb 1, 1975·European Journal of Pharmacology·R Kuczenski, D S Segal
Feb 1, 1976·European Journal of Pharmacology·J P HudickA Lajtha
Dec 1, 1977·European Journal of Pharmacology·R Kuczenski
May 22, 1981·European Journal of Pharmacology·T W Vickroy, K M Johnson
Jul 1, 1991·Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior·K M Hull, T J Maher
Dec 1, 1992·Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior·K M Hull, T J Maher
Mar 1, 1987·Neurotoxicology and Teratology·B A BlanchardE P Riley
Jun 16, 2005·Progress in Neurobiology·David SulzerAurelio Galli
Jan 4, 2001·Neurochemistry International·V Leviel
Jan 1, 1977·British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology·U SchachtG Bäcker
Mar 30, 2011·Journal of Neurochemistry·Eric S RamssonPaul A Garris
Nov 1, 1988·Pharmacological Research Communications·A H Tissari
Apr 14, 1980·Brain Research·S P BagchiT M Smith
Jan 1, 1986·Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences·S R Philips, A M Robson
Jan 1, 1982·Journal of Neurochemistry·A ArgiolasG L Gessa
Jun 1, 1980·Journal of Neurochemistry·R L Patrick, M T Rendel
Sep 26, 2015·Pharmacological Reviews·Esa R KorpiGavin S Dawe

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