Glucose sparing by glycogenolysis (GSG) determines the relationship between brain metabolism and neurotransmission

Douglas L. Rothman, Gerald A. Dienel, Kevin L. Behar, Fahmeed Hyder, Mauro DiNuzzo, Federico Giove, Silvia Mangia

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