The direction of apomorphine-induced rotation behavior is dependent on the location of excitotoxin in the rat basal ganglia

Andrew B. Norman, Robert B. Norgren, Lindy M. Wyatt, Jeffrey P. Hildebrand, Paul R. Sanberg

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