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Voikar, V; Colacicco, G; Gruber, O; Vannoni, E; Lipp, H P; Wolfer, D P (2010). Conditioned response suppression in the IntelliCage: assessment of mouse strain differences and effects of hippocampal and striatal lesions on acquisition and retention of memory. Behavioural Brain Research, 2(213):304-312.
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