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Concentration-dependent dopamine efflux patterns for E2 and XEs at 9 (A) and 5 min (B), using optimal time points for each compound chosen from the 10–9 M time course (Figure 1). (A) A 9-min dopamine efflux for E2, DES, endosulfan, DDE, NP, and...
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