Extrapituitary growth hormone in the chicken reproductive system

Dynamic Representation of the Temporal and Sequential Structure of Rhythmic Movements in the Primate Medial Premotor Cortex

Effect of tibolone on dendritic spine density in the rat hippocampus

TMEM16A alternative splicing isoforms in Xenopus tropicalis: distribution and functional properties

Structural variation and interactions among astrocytes of the rostral migratory stream and olfactory bulb of the adult rabbit. I. Light microscopic study

Morphological characterization of respiratory neurons in the pre-bötzinger complex

Synchronization by Food Access Modifies the Daily Variations in Expression and Activity of Liver GABA Transaminase

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