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An analysis of the physiological and biochemical parameters of release, storage and synthesis of transmitters from synapses onto single identifiable neurones in the brain of helix aspersa

An analysis of the physiological and biochemical parameters of release, storage and synthesis of transmitters from synapses onto single identifiable neurones in the brain of helix aspersa
An analysis of the physiological and biochemical parameters of release, storage and synthesis of transmitters from synapses onto single identifiable neurones in the brain of helix aspersa
University of Southampton
Ramage, Andrew Gordon
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Ramage, Andrew Gordon
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Ramage, Andrew Gordon (1973) An analysis of the physiological and biochemical parameters of release, storage and synthesis of transmitters from synapses onto single identifiable neurones in the brain of helix aspersa. University of Southampton, Doctoral Thesis.

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Published date: 1973

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Local EPrints ID: 459518
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/459518
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Author: Andrew Gordon Ramage

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