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Autonomic nerves of the gut. Proceedings of the second symposium in a series on Basic Science in Gastroenterology. London, UK, 22 September 1981


, : Autonomic nerves of the gut. Proceedings of the second symposium in a series on Basic Science in Gastroenterology. London, UK, 22 September 1981. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology. Supplement 71: 1-181


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