Responsiveness of sensorimotor cortex during pharmacological intervention with bromazepam

@article{Cunha2008ResponsivenessOS,
  title={Responsiveness of sensorimotor cortex during pharmacological intervention with bromazepam},
  author={Marlo Cunha and Claudio Guilherme Portela and Victor Hugo Bastos and Dionis de Castro Dutra Machado and Sergio Machado and Bruna Velasques and Henning Budde and Mauricio Cagy and Luis F. H. Basile and Roberto A Piedade and Pedro Ribeiro},
  journal={Neuroscience Letters},
  year={2008},
  volume={448},
  pages={33-36}
}

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