PMID: 4384246Jan 1, 1967Paper

Topical application of drugs to subcortical brain structures and selected aspects of electrical stimulation

Ergebnisse der Physiologie, biologischen Chemie und experimentellen Pharmakologie
T J Marczynski

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Oct 1, 1972·Behavioral Biology·A Routtenberg
Mar 3, 1980·Brain Research·T J MarczynskiG T Marczynski
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