2 HZ AND 100 HZ ELECTROACUPUNCTURE ACCELERATE THE EXPRESSION OF GENES ENCODING THREE OPIOID PEPTIDES IN THE RAT BRAIN

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GUO HUI-FU()
WANG XIAO-MIN()
TIAN JIN-HUA()
HUO YUE-PING()
HAN Ji-Sheng()
Journal Title:
ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SINICA
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Volume 49, Issue 02, 1997
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