Dorinda J. Gallant

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BMY 14802 was identified as a potential antipsychotic drug in traditional model systems, and this identification was confirmed in modern behavioral and electrophysiological systems. The drug appears to be atypical as an antipsychotic in its lack of activity in models predictive of the potential to produce extrapyramidal side effects and tardive dyskinesia.(More)
  • D Dauvillée, C Colleoni, +8 authors S Ball
  • 1999
In vascular plants, mutations leading to a defect in debranching enzyme lead to the simultaneous synthesis of glycogen-like material and normal starch. In Chlamydomonas reinhardtii comparable defects lead to the replacement of starch by phytoglycogen. Therefore, debranching was proposed to define a mandatory step for starch biosynthesis. We now report the(More)
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