Hugh Freyer

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Oral administration of sodium pyrithione (NaP) causes hindlimb weakness in rodents, but not in primates. Previous work using Aplysia neurons has demonstrated that NaP produces a persistent influx of Ca(2+) ions across the plasma membrane. To determine whether this also occurs in mammalian neurons and whether this could underlie the inter-species difference(More)
The multiple modifications of biology instruction at primary and secondary schools during the times of the empire (1870-1918) can already be seen from the changing titles of the textbooks fort his subject: among others natural history, natural science, biology. The last-named term marks the turning point, which leads from the monographic description of(More)
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