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Acute Triethyltin Exposure: Effects on the Visual Evoked Potential and Hippocampal Afterdischarge.
Body Temperature-Dependent and Independent Actions of Chlordimeform on Visual Evoked Potentials and Axonal Transport in Optic System of Rat.
Chlordimeform Produces Contrast-Dependent Changes in Visual Evoked Potentials of Hooded Rats.
Electrophysiological Assessment of Neurotoxicity in Children.
Five-Year Follow-up Study of Children with Low-to-Moderate Lead Absorption: Electrophysiological Evaluation.
Monoamine Oxidase Inhibition Cannot Account for Changes in Visual Evoked Potentials Produced by Chlordimeform.
Multidisciplinary perspectives in event-related brain potential research : proceedings of the Fourth International Congress on Event-Related Slow Potentials of the Brain (EPIC IV), Hendersonville, North Carolina, April 4-10, 1976 /
Neuroelectrical Correlates of Categorical Perception for Place of Articulation in Normal and Lead-Treated Rhesus Monkeys.
Neurophysiological Consequences of Acute Exposure to Methylpyridines.
Relationship of Event-Related Brain Potentials and Lead Absorption: A Review of Current Evidence.
Triethyltin: Ambient Temperature Alters Visual System Toxicity.
Unrecognized Errors Due to Analog Filtering of the Brain-Stem Auditory Evoked Response.
Visual System Dysfunction Following Acute Trimethyltin Exposure in Rats.
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