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Biochemical Research Laboratories of the Institute of Living, Hartford, Connecticut
University of Hartford, West Hartford, Connecticut
1966 by The American Psychiatric Association
RNA, extracted from the brain of rats trained to approach a food cup in response to a click, did not influence the behavior of untrained rats when injected intraperitoneally.
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