Glutamate and opioid antagonists modulate dopamine levels evoked by innately attractive male chemosignals in the nucleus accumbens of female rats
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Glutamate and opioid antagonists modulate dopamine levels evoked by innately attractive male chemosignals in the nucleus accumbens of female rats

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Sánchez-Catalán, María José; Orrico Sánchez, Alejandro; Hipólito, Lucía; Zornoza Sabina, Teodoro; Polache Vengut, Ana; Lanuza Navarro, Enrique; Martínez-García, Fernando; Granero Maciá, Luis; Agustín-Pavón, Carmen
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    Sánchez-Catalán, María José Orrico Sánchez, Alejandro Hipólito, Lucía Zornoza Sabina, Teodoro Polache Vengut, Ana Lanuza Navarro, Enrique Martínez-García, Fernando Granero Maciá, Luis Agustín-Pavón, Carmen 2017 Glutamate and opioid antagonists modulate dopamine levels evoked by innately attractive male chemosignals in the nucleus accumbens of female rats Frontiers In Neuroanatomy
http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnana.2017.00008

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