Brief report| Volume 21, ISSUE 3, P317-321, March 1986

Relationship of limbic dopamine levels to amphetamine- and anticholinergic-induced hyperactivity in the rat

  • Robert J. Carey
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    From the Departments of Psychiatry, SUNY Upstate and VA Medical Centers, Syracuse, NY USA
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