PMID: 5804394Feb 1, 1969Paper

Neurophysiological effects of tetrodotoxin in lateral geniculate body and dorsal hippocampus

Brain Research
D R HafemannT J Tarby

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References

Jan 1, 1968·British Journal of Pharmacology and Chemotherapy·M L Crawford, S Shibata
Mar 1, 1966·The Journal of General Physiology·S Hagiwara, S Nakajima
Feb 1, 1966·British Journal of Pharmacology and Chemotherapy·G B Frank, C Pinsky
Jul 21, 1967·Science·J I HubbardR M Eccles
Jan 1, 1967·The Journal of Physiology·J W MooreT I Shaw
Jul 15, 1953·Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Containing Papers of a Biological Character·P O BISHOP
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May 1, 1964·The Journal of General Physiology·T NARAHASHIW R SCOTT
Jun 1, 1964·Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine·R H RECHH L BORISON

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Sep 1, 1972·British Journal of Pharmacology·G B Frank, M Ota
Jul 1, 1970·Acta Physiologica Scandinavica·H Teräväinen
Jan 1, 1975·Experimental Neurology·K A Klivington

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