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Colchicine Inhibits Elevations in Both Alveolar-Capillary Membrane Permeability and Lavage Surfactant After Exposure of the Rat to Phosgene.
Colchicine-Induced Deafferentation of the Hippocampus Selectively Disrupts Cholinergic Rhythmical Slow Wave Activity.
Comparison of Intracranial Infusions of Colchicine and Ibotenic Acid as Models of Neurodegeneration in the Basal Forebrain. Research Report.
Compensatory Alterations in Receptor-Stimulated Phosphoinositide Hydrolysis in the Hippocampus Vary as a Function of Dose of Colchicine.
Effects of NGF and Fetal Cell Transplants on Spatial Learning after Intradentate Administration of Colchicine.
Evaluation of the C9 Aromatic Hydrocarbons for Mutagenic Potential Bone Marrow Cytogenetics Tests in Rats (Draft) with Cover Letter dated 12/11/87.
Experiential Factors in the Expression of Hypermotility Produced by Intradentate Colchicine: Lack of Effect of GM1 Ganglioside on Colchicine-Induced Loss of Granule Cells and Mossy Fibers (Journal Version).
Functional Teratogens of the Rat Kidney. 1. Colchicine, Dinoseb, and Methyl Salicylate.
Locally Synthesized Phosphatidylcholine, but Not Protein, Undergoes Rapid Retrograde Axonal Transport in the Rat Sciatic Nerve.
Long-Term Behavioral and Neurochemical Effects of Intradentate Administration of Colchicine in Rats.
Neurobiological Effects of Colchicine: Modulation by Nerve Growth Factor.
Neurotoxic Effects of Colchicine.
Reduction of Neutrophil Influx Diminishes Lung Injury and Mortality Following Phosgene Inhalation.
Spatial Learning Deficits Are Not Solely Due to Cholinergic Deficits Following Medial Septal Lesions with Colchicine.
Synaptonemal Complex Damage as a Measure of Genotoxicity at Meiosis.
Synaptonemal Complex Damage Induced by Clastogenic and Anti-Mitotic Chemicals: Implications for Non-Disjunction and Aneuploidy (Journal Version).
Time-Dependent Neurobiological Effects of Colchicine Administered Directly into the Hippocampus of Rats (Journal Version).
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