D. Korzeniowski

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This experiment examined how inescapable tail shock alters the level of dopamine and norepinephrine within various brain regions of the rat and the relationship of these changes to the depression of motor activity produced by the shock. Following exposure to tail shock that is known to interfere with acquisition of active behavioral tasks, animals were(More)
One year after receiving a liver transplant and 2 months after treatment with high doses of steroids and monoclonal anti-CD3 for an episode of rejection, a 38-year-old woman developed a skin papule above the left medial malleolus. The papule, which at first had an annular shape, evolved into a pustule, ulcerated, drained, and assumed a crusted verrucous(More)
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