Neurotransmitter abnormalities in Borna disease

@article{Lipkin1988NeurotransmitterAI,
  title={Neurotransmitter abnormalities in Borna disease},
  author={W. Ian Lipkin and Kathryn M. Carbone and Michael C. Wilson and Cynthia S. Duchala and Opendra Narayan and Michael B. A. Oldstone},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1988},
  volume={475},
  pages={366-370}
}

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