Jan 1, 1974

Peripheral serotonin antagonists: failure to antagonize serotonin in brain areas receiving a prominent serotonergic input

Journal of Neural Transmission
H J Haigler, G K Aghajanian

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Anilides
Microinjections
Optic Lobe, Human
Dibenzothiepins
Neural Inhibition
Piperazines
Neurons
Synaptic Transmission
Thioethers
Viternum

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