CCK satiety is differentially mediated by high- and low-affinity CCK receptors in mice and rats

S. C. Weatherford, W. B. Laughton, J. Salabarria, W. Danho, J. W. Tilley, L. A. Netterville, G. J. Schwartz, T. H. Moran

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