Further studies on catechol uptake and metabolism in rat small bowel in vivo: (1) A quantitatively significant process with distinctive structural specifications; and (2) the formation of a dopamine glucuronide reservoir after chronic l-dopa feeding

Lewis Landsberg*, Martha B. Berardino, Jeffrey Stoff, James B. Young

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