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Behavioral and Physiological Effects of the Cholinesterase Inhibitor Carbaryl (1-Naphthyl Methylcarbamate).
Beta Adrenergic Control of Macromolecule Synthesis in Neonatal Rat Heart, Kidney and Lung: Relationship to Sympathetic Neuronal Development.
Central and Sympatho-Adrenal Responses to Insulin in Adult and Neonatal Rats (Journal Version).
Control of Chromaffin Cell Development and Adrenomedullary Function in the Neonate.
Death of Intermediolateral Spinal Cord Neurons Follows Selective, Complement-Mediated Destruction of Peripheral Preganglionic Sympathetic Terminals by Acetylcholinesterase Antibodies.
Do Sympathetic Neurons Coordinate Cellular Development in the Heart and Kidney. Effects of Neonatal Central and Peripheral Catecholaminergic Lesions on Cardiac and Renal Nucleic Acids and Proteins.
Effects of Prenatal Dexamethasone or Terbutaline Exposure on Development of Neural and Intrinsic Control of Heart Rate.
Role of Sympathetic Neurons in Development of Beta-Adrenergic Control of Ornithine Decarboxylase Activity in Peripheral Tissues: Effects of Neonatal 6-Hydroxydopamine Treatment.
Trophic Control of Lung Development by Sympathetic Neurons: Effects of Neonatal Sympathectomy with 6-Hydroxydopamine.
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