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A physiological role for notric oxide in the centrally mediated sympathetic and somatomotor ejaculatory response in anesthetized male Wistar rats

By K.E. Brack, N. Watkins, S. Pyner and J.H. Coote


This is the authors final dtaft of the version published as Neuroscience, 2007, 150, (2), pp.487-497. The published version can be accessed at

Publisher: Elsevier
Year: 2007
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