Derek Chadwick, Joan Marsh, Kate Ackrill
Wiley, Mar 22, 1993 - Medical - 357 pages
Working on Corticotropin-Releasing Factor in a variety of systems, experts present a coherent depiction of this peptide's role in the control and coordination of the response to stress-inducing situations.
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W Vale Introduction
J A Majzoub R Emanuel G Adler C Martinez B Robinson
Plotsky K V Thrivikraman and M J Meaney Central
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