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Age-Related Alterations in the Stimulated Release In vitro of Catecholamines and Luteinizing Hormone-Releasing Hormone from the Male Rat Hypothalamus.
Biochemical Effects in the Rabbit of Repeated Administration of DDT, Carbaryl, and Parathion.
Catecholaminergic-Serotonergic Balance in the CNS and Reproductive Cycling in Aging Rats.
Central and Sympatho-Adrenal Responses to Insulin in Adult and Neonatal Rats (Journal Version).
Comparison of Intracranial Infusions of Colchicine and Ibotenic Acid as Models of Neurodegeneration in the Basal Forebrain. Research Report.
Control of Chromaffin Cell Development and Adrenomedullary Function in the Neonate.
Do Sympathetic Neurons Coordinate Cellular Development in the Heart and Kidney. Effects of Neonatal Central and Peripheral Catecholaminergic Lesions on Cardiac and Renal Nucleic Acids and Proteins.
Maturation of the Sympathetic Nervous System: Role in Neonatal Physiological Adaptations and in Cellular Development of Peripheral Tissues.
Neural Factors in the Development of Renal Function: Effect of Neonatal Central Catecholaminergic Lesions with 6-Hydroxydopamine.
Neuroendocrine Responses to Social Regulation of Puberty in the Female House Mouse.
Stress : current neuroendocrine and genetic approaches /
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