cular and cellular interactions underlying higher brain functions
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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam, London .
Written in English

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Statementedited by J.-P. Changeux.
SeriesProgress in brain research -- Vol.58
ContributionsChangeux, J.-P., Meeting "Molecular and cellular interactions underlying higher brain functions" (France), 9th Meeting of the International Neurobiology Society (France)
The Physical Object
Pagination483p. :
Number of Pages483
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Open LibraryOL20681942M

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