Acute stress is not acute: sustained enhancement of glutamate release after acute stress involves readily releasable pool size and synapsin I activation

@article{Musazzi2017AcuteSI,
  title={Acute stress is not acute: sustained enhancement of glutamate release after acute stress involves readily releasable pool size and synapsin I activation},
  author={L. Musazzi and P. Tornese and N. Sala and M. Popoli},
  journal={Molecular Psychiatry},
  year={2017},
  volume={22},
  pages={1226-1227}
}
Acute stress is not acute: sustained enhancement of glutamate release after acute stress involves readily releasable pool size and synapsin I activation 
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