EFFECT OF AVP(4-8) ADMINISTRATION ON Ca2+/CaM-DEPENDENT PROTEIN KINASE Ⅱ AUTOPHOSPHORYLATION IN RAT BRAIN

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QIAO LI-YA()
CHEN Xiu-fang()
GU BEN-XIAN()
WANG TONC-XI()
DU Yu-Cang()
Journal Title:
ACTA PHYSIOLOGICA SINICA
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Volume 50, Issue 02, 1998
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