Antiserum raised against residues 159-168 of the guanine nucleotide-binding protein G(i3)-α reacts with ependymal cells and some neurons in the rat brain containing cholecystokinin- or cholecystokinin- and tyrosine 3-hydroxylase-like immunoreactivities

R. Cortes, T. Hokfelt, M. Schalling, M. Goldstein, P. Goldsmith, A. Spiegel, C. Unson, J. Walsh

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