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Acute Behavioral Toxicity of Sulfolane: Influence of Hypothermia.
Acute Effects of Ethanol on Pattern Reversal and Flash-Evoked Potentials in Rats and the Relationship to Body Temperature.
Acute Exposures to p-Xylene and Toluene Alter Visual Information Processing (Journal Version).
Acute Sulfolane Exposure Produces Temperature-Independent and Dependent Changes in Visual Evoked Potentials.
Alterations in Rat Flash and Pattern Reversal Evoked Potentials after Acute or Repeated Administration of Carbon Disulfide (CS2).
Amygdaloid Kindling Increases Enkephalin-Like Immunoreactivity but Decreases Dynorphin-A-Like Immunoreactivity in Rat Hippocampus.
Analysis and evaluation of a radioactive waste package retrieved from the Atlantic 2800 meter disposal site /
Body Temperature-Dependent and Independent Actions of Chlordimeform on Visual Evoked Potentials and Axonal Transport in Optic System of Rat.
Changes in fluxes in estuaries : implications from science to management /
Chlordimeform Produces Contrast-Dependent Changes in Visual Evoked Potentials of Hooded Rats.
Chlordimeform Produces Profound, Selective, and Transient Changes in Visual Evoked Potentials of Hooded Rats.
Convulsant Properties of Cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine (RDX): Spontaneous, Audiogenic, and Amygdaloid Kindled Seizure Activity (Journal Version).
Cross Species Extrapolation and Hazard Identification in Neurotoxicology.
Current Research of the Environmental Protection Agency on Automotive Criteria Pollutants.
Deepwater Demersal Fishes Observed from the Submersible Avalon (DSRV-2) off the Farallon Islands, 24 June 1985.
Depressed Excitability and Integrated EEGs Following Hippocampal Afterdischarges.
Differential Effects of Caffeine, Picrotoxin, and Pentylenetetrazol on Hippocampal Afterdischarge Activity and Wet Dog Shakes (Journal Version).
Differential Impact of Hypothermia and Pentobarbital on Brain-Stem Auditory Evoked Responses.
Early Effects of Trimethyltin on the Dentate Gyrus Basket Cells: A Morphological Study.
Effect of Ambient Temperature on the Hypometabolic and Hypothermic Effects of Sulfolane in Rats.
Effect of Perinatal Monosodium Glutamate Administration on Visual Evoked Potentials of Juvenile and Adult Rats.
Effect of Sulfolane on Behavioral and Autonomic Thermoregulation in the Rat.
Effect of Triethyltin on Autonomic and Behavioral Thermoregulation of Mice.
Electrophysiological Measures of Visual and Auditory Function as Indices of Neurotoxicity (Journal Version).
Environmental gases /
Environmental Neurotoxicology--Assessment of Nervous System and Behavioral Dysfunction Held at Duesseldorf, Germany, F.R. on March 29-31, 1982 and World Congress of IBRO (1st) on 'The Brain in Health and Disease' Held at Lausanne, Switzerland: Introduction.
Estuaries: a physical introduction
Estuarine hydrography and sedimentation : a handbook /
Evoked Potentials: Physiological Methods with Human Applications.
Feasibility of applying field ionization mass spectroscopy to pesticide research /
Focal Lesions of Visual Cortex: Effects on Visual Evoked Potentials in Rats.
Hypothermia and Chloropent Anesthesia Differentially Affect the Flash Evoked Potentials of Hooded Rats.
Increased Hippocampal Excitability Produced by Amitraz (Journal Version).
Ketamine Alters Rat Flash Evoked Potentials (Journal Version).
Macrophysiological Assessment of Organometal Neurotoxicity.
Method of Euthanasia Does Not Affect Sperm Motility in the Laboratory Rat. (Technical Note).
Monoamine Oxidase Inhibition Cannot Account for Changes in Visual Evoked Potentials Produced by Chlordimeform.
Neurophysiological Consequences of Acute Exposure to Methylpyridines.
Neurophysiological Effects of 30 Day Chronic Exposure to Toluene in Rats.
Neurophysiological Measures Following Exposure to Neurotoxic Agents.
Ontogeny of Flash-Evoked Potentials in Unanesthetized Rats.
Pattern Reversal Visual Evoked Potentials in Awake Rats.
Peak N160 of Rat Flash Evoked Potential: Does It Reflect Habituation or Sensitization.
Plankton and productivity in the oceans /
Possible Role of the Brainstem in the Mediation of Prepulse Inhibition in the Rat (Journal Version).
Progress report on wells penetrating artesian aquifers in South Dakota
Rat Flash-Evoked Potential Peak N160 Amplitude: Modulation by Relative Flash Intensity.
Septotemporal Gradients of Trimethyltin-Induced Hippocampal Lesions.
Somatosensory Evoked Potentials.
Species and Strain Comparison of Acute Neurotoxic Effects of Trimethyltin in Mice and Rats.
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