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Biochemical changes in humans upon exposure to sulfuric acid aerosol and exercise /
Biochemical effects of inhalation of sulfuric acid mist by human subjects while at rest /
Differential Hepatotoxicity and Cytochrome P450 Responses of Fischer-344 Rats to the Three Isomers of Dichlorobenzene.
Effect of Short-Term Exposure to Three Chemicals on the Blood Chemistry of the Pinfish 'Lagodon rhomboides'.
Effects of Selected Neuroactive Chemicals on Calcium Transporting Systems in Rat Cerebellum and on Survival of Cerebellar Granule Cells.
Enhanced Mortality and Liver Damage in Virus-Infected Mice Exposed to p-Xylene.
Immunotoxicologic Assessment of Subacute Exposure of Rats to Carbon Tetrachloride with Comparison to Hepatotoxicity and Nephrotoxicity.
Ninety-Day Toxicity Study of Chloral Hydrate in the Sprague-Dawley Rat.
NMDA (N-Methyl-D-Aspartate) receptor, antagonist, MK-801, suppresses limbic kindling and kindled seizures /
NMDA Antagonist MK-801 Suppresses Behavioral Seizures, Augments Afterdischarges, but Does Not Block Development of Perforant Path Kindling.
NMDA Antagonist, MK-801, Suppresses Long-Term Potentiation, Kindling, and Kindling-Induced Potentiation in the Perforant Path of the Unanesthetized Rat.
Potentiation of Inhibition with Perforant Path Kindling: An NMDA-Receptor Dependent Process.
Results of an Oral Toxicity Study in Rats.
Systemic Administration of Kainic Acid Increases GABA Levels in Perfusate from the Hippocampus of Rats 'In vivo'.
Tissue-Plasminogen Activator Is Induced as an Immediate-Early Gene During Seizure, Kindling and Long-Term Potentiation.
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