P-780 - the Abundance and Distribution of Melanopsin (opn4) Protein in Human Brain

@article{Nissil2013P780T,
  title={P-780 - the Abundance and Distribution of Melanopsin (opn4) Protein in Human Brain},
  author={Juuso Nissil{\"a} and Satu M{\"a}ntt{\"a}ri and Hannu J Tuominen and Terttu S{\"a}rkioja and Timo E. S. Takala and Seppo Y O Saarela and Markku Timonen},
  journal={European Psychiatry},
  year={2013},
  volume={27},
  pages={1 - 1}
}

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