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Acquisition and Loss of a Neuronal Ca(2+)/Calmodulin-Dependent Protein Kinase during Neuronal Differentiation.
Acute Exposure of the Neonatal Rat to Triethyltin Results in Persistent Changes in Neurotypic and Gliotypic Proteins (Journal Version).
Central Adrenergic Receptor Changes in the Inherited Noradrenergic Hyperinnervated Mutant Mouse Tottering (Journal Version).
Cerebellar Histogenesis in Rats Exposed to 2450 MHz Microwave Radiation.
Comparative Effects of Two Polychlorinated Biphenyl Congeners on Calcium Homeostasis in Rat Cerebellar Granule Cells.
Effect of Nonionizing Radiation on the Purkinje Cells of the Rat Cerebellum.
Effect of Nonionizing Radiation on the Purkinje Cells of the Uvula in Squirrel Monkey Cerebellum.
Effects of Selected Neuroactive Chemicals on Calcium Transporting Systems in Rat Cerebellum and on Survival of Cerebellar Granule Cells.
Physiology and pathology of the cerebellum
Transient Cortical Astrogliosis Induced by Alcohol Exposure during the Neonatal Brain Growth Spurt in Rats.
Trophic Control of the Ornithine Decarboxylase/Polyamine System in Neonatal Rat Brain Regions: Lesions Caused by 6-Hydroxydopamine Produce Effects Selective for Cerebellum.
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