Enantiomeric and diastereomeric dioxadrols: Behavioral, biochemical and chemical determination of the configuration necessary for phencyclidine-like properties

A. E. Jacobson, E. A. Harrison, M. V. Mattson, M. F. Rafferty, K. C. Rice, J. H. Woods, G. Winger, R. E. Solomon, R. A. Lessor, J. V. Silverton

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