Inhibition of fatty-acid amide hydrolase and CB1 receptor antagonism differentially affect behavioural responses in normal and PCP-treated rats

Alexandre Seillier, Tushar Advani, TOMMASO Cassano, Julie G. Hensler, Andrea Giuffrida

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