Human positron emission tomography studies of brain neurokinin 1 receptor occupancy by aprepitant

@article{Bergstrm2004HumanPE,
  title={Human positron emission tomography studies of brain neurokinin 1 receptor occupancy by aprepitant},
  author={Mats Bergstr{\"o}m and Richard Hargreaves and H. Donald Burns and Michael R Goldberg and David Sciberras and Scott A. Reines and Kevin J. Petty and Mattias {\"O}gren and Gunnar Antoni and Bengt L{\aa}ngstr{\"o}m and Olli Eskola and Mika Scheinin and Olof Solin and Anup K. Majumdar and Marvin L. Constanzer and Wendy Petry Battisti and Thomas E. Bradstreet and Cynthia Gargano and Jarmo Hietala},
  journal={Biological Psychiatry},
  year={2004},
  volume={55},
  pages={1007-1012}
}

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