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Effects of the NMDA antagonists CPP and MK-801 on radial arm maze performance in rats
The dose- and time-dependent effects of N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor/channel antagonists on radial 8-arm maze performance were examined in rats. Both CPP (1.0-30 mg/kg), a competitive NMDAExpand
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Mechanisms of tubulin modification by phosphatidylcholine hydroperoxides
The interaction of lipid peroxides with cellular proteins has been postulated to contribute to cellular aging. A potential target for such effects is tubulin, the building block of microtubules. WeExpand
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Inhibition of tubulin guanosine-5′-triphosphatase by lipid peroxides: Protective effects of vitamin A derivatives
Lipid peroxidation of cellular proteins has been postulated to be involved in cellular aging. Given the importance of the cytoskeleton in cellular function, it is a prime candidate as a potentialExpand
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Fluorescein‐Labelled Glucagon: A New Probe for the Study of Receptor Disposition in Membranes
New fluorescent glucagon derivatives were synthesized by converting tryptophan25 to 2-thiol-tryptophan with the consequent use of thiol specific fluorescent reagents. All derivatives retained theExpand