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38,000-Dalton Membrane Protein (p38) Present in Synaptic Vesicles.
Action of Pesticides on Conduction in the Rat Superior Cervical Ganglion.
Acute Exposure of the Neonatal Rat to Tributyltin Results in Decreases in Biochemical Indicators of Synaptogenesis and Myelinogenesis.
Bleomycin Effects on Mouse Meiotic Chromosomes.
Effects of Chlorine Dioxide on the Developing Rat Brain.
Glutamate Neruotoxicity in the Developing Rat Cochlea: Physiological and Morphological Approaches.
Intraterminal Injection of Synapsin I or Calcium/Calmodulin-Dependent Protein Kinase II Alters Neurotransmitter Release at the Squid Giant Synapse.
Model for Memory in the Brain.
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.
Pyrethroid Insecticides and Radioligand Displacement from the GABA Receptor Chloride Ionophore Complex.
Screening methods for toxic substances /
Structure and function of synapses.
Thermal Influences on Nervous System Function.
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