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The glutathione S-transferases are a complex group of multifunctional enzymes which may detoxify a wide range of toxic substances including drugs and carcinogens. Different isoenzymes vary in substrate specificity, tissue distribution and level of expression during development. Following reports of cell-specific and age-dependent expression in rat brain we(More)
We assessed the importance of outline contour and individual features in mediating the recognition of animals by examining response times and eye movements in an animal-object decision task (i.e., deciding whether or not an object was an animal that may be encountered in real life). There were shorter latencies for animals as compared with nonanimals and(More)
  • Andrés Molero Chamizo, G. Nathzidy Rivera Urbina, Jason Lauder
  • 2010
Neuropsychology and neurophysiological techniques: contributions to the study of the biology of behavior Abstract Neuropsychology is an area of neuroscience that studies the relationship between brain and brain function. The objective of this paper is to provide a review of neuropsychology, including a description of the main contributions of cortical(More)
The glutathione S-transferases (GSTs) have been implicated in carcinogenesis and tumour drug-therapy resistance. In this study GST pi was the predominant isoenzyme in the fetal human kidney. It was present in differentiated epithelial structures but never in the primitive mesenchyme. By contrast most cases of Wilms' tumours showed GST pi in both epithelial(More)
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