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Diallyl disulfide (DADS), a sulfur compound from garlic has been shown to exert many biological effects: induction of carcinogen detoxication, inhibition of tumor cell proliferation, etc. These effects are consistent with its anticarcinogenic properties in animal models and could account for garlic protective effects in humans. Our study demonstrates that(More)
In vivo pharmacokinetic and brain binding characteristics of [18F]RP 62203, a selective high-affinity serotonergic 5-HT2A receptor antagonist, were assessed in the rat following intravenous injection of trace amount of the radioligand. The radioactive distribution profile observed in the brain 60 min after injection was characterized by greater than(More)
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