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GABAergic neurons in rat nuclei of solitary tracts receive inhibitory-type synapses from amygdaloid efferents lacking detectable GABA-immunoreactivity.

GABAergic neurons in rat nuclei of solitary tracts receive inhibitory-type synapses from amygdaloid efferents lacking detectable GABA-immunoreactivity. J Neurosci Res. 1996 Jun 01; 44(5):446-58.

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