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Tsaneva-Atanasova K, Sherman A, van Goor F, Stojilkovic SS (2007) Mechanism of spontaneous and receptor-controlled electrical activity in pituitary somatotrophs: experiments and theory. J Neurophysiol 98:131-44 [PubMed]

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