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Behavioral and Neurochemical Changes in Rats Dosed Repeatedly with Diisopropylfluorophosphate.
Behavioral and neurochemical effects of acute Chlorpyrifos in rats : tolerance to prolonged inhibition of cholinesterase /
Comparison of In vivo Cholinesterase Inhibition in Neonatal and Adult Rats by Three Organophosphorothioate Insecticides.
Dose-Related Inhibition of Brain and Plasma Cholinesterase in Neonatal and Adult Rats Following Sublethal Organophosphate Exposures.
Fenthion Produces a Persistent Decrease in Muscarinic Receptor Function in the Adult Rat Retina.
Long-Term Neurochemical and Behavioral Effects Induced by Acute Chlorpyrifos Treatment.
Paraoxon Toxicity Is Not Potentiated by Prior Reduction in Blood Acetylcholinesterase.
Potentiation of Organophosphorus-Induced Delayed Neurotoxicity by Phenylmethylsulfonyl Fluoride.
Retrograde Axonal Transport of Locally Synthesized Phosphoinositides in the Rat Sciatic Nerve.
Role of Neurotoxic Esterase (NTE) in the Prevention and Potentiation of Organophosphorus-Induced Delayed Neurotoxicity (OPIDN).
Subacute Ethanol Consumption Reverses p-Xylene-Induced Decreases in Axonal Transport.
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