In this article, Axelrod applied signal transduction theory to his research on the metabolic function of serotonin, even describing
the pineal gland as a "neurochemical transducer."
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1974-06-28 (June 28, 1974)
Periodical: Axelrod, Julius. "The Pineal Gland: A Neurochemical Transducer." Science 184, (28 June 1974): 1341-1348. Article.
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