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Acute Effects of Ozone on Heart Rate and Body Temperature in the Unanesthetized, Unrestrained Rat Maintained at Different Ambient Temperatures.
Cardiopulmonary Effects in Awake Rats Four and Six Months after Exposure to Methyl Isocyanate.
Computer-Assisted Electrocardiographic Analysis System: Methodology and Potential Application to Cardiovascular Toxicology.
Effects of 3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine on Autonomic Thermoreregulatory Responses of the Rat.
Effects of Chlordimeform on Cardiovascular Functional Parameters. Part 1. Lethality and Arrhythmogenicity in the Geriatric Rat.
Effects of Chlordimeform on Cardiovascular Functional Parameters. Part 2. Acute and Delayed Effects Following Intravenous Administration in the Postweanling Rat.
Effects of Chlordimeform on Cardiovascular Functional Parameters. Part 3. Comparison of Different Routes of Administration in the Postweanling Rat.
Effects of Chlordimeform on Heart Rate and Body Temperature of Unanesthetized, Unrestrained Rats.
Electrocardiographic Responses of Rat Fetuses with Clamped or Intact Umbilical Cords to Acute Maternal Uterine Ischemia.
Improved Technique for Monitoring Electrocardiograms during Exposure to Radio-Frequency Radiation.
Modulating Effect of Body Temperature on the Toxic Response Produced by the Pesticide Chlordimeform in Rats.
Within-Session Changes in Peak N160 Amplitude of Flash Evoked Potentials in Rats(l,2).
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