Effects and aftereffects of ibogaine on morphine self-administration in rats.

@article{Glick1991EffectsAA,
  title={Effects and aftereffects of ibogaine on morphine self-administration in rats.},
  author={Stanley D. Glick and K. Rossman and Sally Steindorf and Isabelle M. Maisonneuve and Jeffrey N. Carlson},
  journal={European journal of pharmacology},
  year={1991},
  volume={195 3},
  pages={
          341-5
        }
}

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