Brain mast cells

Sharon Schreiber gateintl at ix.netcom.com
Thu Dec 19 11:26:08 EST 1996


F. Frank LeFever wrote:
> 
> I've searched Medline pretty well, but am looking beyond it.
> 
> I'm ESPECIALLY interested in contacting anyone whose work involves mast
> cells in the brain, but welcome any suggestions for databanks that
> might have things Medline misses.
> 
> Especially useful would be abstracts from proceedings of meetings,
> because Medline does not include them.
> 
> Frank LeFever
> New York Neuropsychology GroupDear Mr. LeFever,

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answers regarding your research of mast cells in the brain.

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