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Contribution of serotonergic and nitrergic pathways, as well as monoamine oxidase-a and Na+, K+-ATPase enzymes in antidepressant-like action of ((4-tert-butylcyclohexylidene) methyl) (4-methoxystyryl…

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Contribution of serotonergic and nitrergic pathways, as well as monoamine oxidase-a and Na+, K+-ATPase enzymes in antidepressant-like action of ((4-tert-butylcyclohexylidene) methyl) (4-methoxystyryl) sulfide (BMMS)
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Metabolic Brain Disease, June 2019
DOI 10.1007/s11011-019-00436-x
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Renata L. de Oliveira, Guilherme T. Voss, Jaini J. Paltian, Mikaela P. Pinz, Marina Laura C. P. Torres, Michele P. Moreira, Marina C. Dilelio, Claudio C. Silveira, Ethel A. Wilhelm, Cristiane Luchese

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