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Catecholamine and serotonin concentrations in lymph nodes after deafferentation

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Izranov, V.A. Catecholamine and serotonin concentrations in lymph nodes after deafferentation. Bull Exp Biol Med 101, 267–268 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00835916

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  • lymph node
  • deafferentation
  • catecholamines