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Acute Effects of Ethanol on Pattern Reversal and Flash-Evoked Potentials in Rats and the Relationship to Body Temperature.
Acute Sulfolane Exposure Produces Temperature-Independent and Dependent Changes in Visual Evoked Potentials.
Alpha(2)-Adrenergic Mode of Action of Chlordimeform on Rat Visual Function.
Alterations in Rat Flash and Pattern Reversal Evoked Potentials after Acute or Repeated Administration of Carbon Disulfide (CS2).
Assessing the Neurotoxic Potential of Chemicals: A Multidisciplinary Approach.
Body Temperature-Dependent and Independent Actions of Chlordimeform on Visual Evoked Potentials and Axonal Transport in Optic System of Rat.
Chlordimeform Produces Contrast-Dependent Changes in Visual Evoked Potentials of Hooded Rats.
Chlordimeform Produces Profound, Selective, and Transient Changes in Visual Evoked Potentials of Hooded Rats.
Combined Effects of Solvents on the Rat's Auditory System: Styrene and Trichloroethylene.
Comparability of Rat and Human Visual-Evoked Potentials.
Effect of Perinatal Monosodium Glutamate Administration on Visual Evoked Potentials of Juvenile and Adult Rats.
Effects of 2,4-Dithiobiuret on Sensory and Motor Function.
Effects of Organophosphates on the Visual System of Rats.
Electrophysiological and Morphological Evidence for a Diameter-Based Innervation Pattern of the Superior Colliculus (Journal Version).
Electrophysiological Measures of Visual and Auditory Function as Indices of Neurotoxicity (Journal Version).
Focal Lesions of Visual Cortex: Effects on Visual Evoked Potentials in Rats.
Hypothermia and Chloropent Anesthesia Differentially Affect the Flash Evoked Potentials of Hooded Rats.
Investigations of Amitraz Neurotoxicity in Rats. 1. Effects on Operant Performance (Journal Version).
Investigations of Amitraz Neurotoxicity in Rats. 2. Effects on Visual Evoked Potentials.
Monoamine Oxidase Inhibition Cannot Account for Changes in Visual Evoked Potentials Produced by Chlordimeform.
Morphometric and Electrophysiological Evidence for a Diameter-Based Rate of Degeneration in the Optic Nerve of the Rat (Journal Version).
Neurophysiological Consequences of Acute Exposure to Methylpyridines.
Neurophysiological Effects of 30 Day Chronic Exposure to Toluene in Rats.
Pattern Reversal Visual Evoked Potentials in Awake Rats.
Prolonged Neurobehavioral and Visual Effects of Short-Term Exposure to 3,3'-Iminodipropionitrile (IDPN) in Rats.
Quantitative Methods for Cross-Species Mapping (CSM).
Rat and Human Visual-Evoked Potentials Recorded Under Comparable Conditions: A Preliminary Analysis to Address the Issue of Predicting Human Neurotoxic Effects from Rat Data.
Rat Flash-Evoked Potential Peak N160 Amplitude: Modulation by Relative Flash Intensity.
Sensory Evoked Potentials: Measures of Neurotoxicity.
Stationary Pattern Adaptation and the Early Components in Human Visual Evoked Potentials.
Surface Distribution of Flash-Evoked and Pattern Reversal-Evoked Potentials in Hooded Rats.
Temperature-Dependent Changes in Visual Evoked Potentials of Rats (Journal Version).
Trimethyltin Reduces Recurrent Inhibition in Rats.
Within-Session Changes in Peak N160 Amplitude of Flash Evoked Potentials in Rats(l,2).
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