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Differential expression of low molecular weight form of Gs-alpha in neostriatum and cerebellum: correlation with expression of calmodulin-independent adenylyl cyclase.

Differential expression of low molecular weight form of Gs-alpha in neostriatum and cerebellum: correlation with expression of calmodulin-independent adenylyl cyclase. Brain Res. 1990 Jul 16; 523(1):143-6.

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