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Toluene is a neurotoxic organic solvent widely used in industry and extensively inhaled by solvent abusers. Toluene, diluted 1:1 in olive oil, was administered intraperitoneally at a dose of 1.3 ml/kg/day for 4 days. Controls received the vehicle in the same dose and duration. Food intake and body weight were measured daily. A regional hypothalamic NPY and(More)
The photobiological effects of two monofunctional pyridopsoralens (PPs), pyrido[3,4-c]psoralen and pyrido[3,4-c]-7-methylpsoralen were studied and compared to those of 3-carbethoxypsoralen (3-CPs) and 8-methoxypsoralen (8-MOP) in a haploid wild-type strain of yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae). The capacity of PPs to photoinduce lethal effects in the presence(More)
One of the greatest challenges for health systems now and in the near future is caring for people with chronic conditions [1]. This is going to involve not only providing specific solutions for various groups of patients, but also working and, in particular, tackling challenging situations in a different way. Any one organisation or professional group alone(More)
Toluene is a neurotoxic organic solvent widely used in industry. Acute toluene administration in rats induced a significant increase in the numbers of neural cells immunostained for p75NTR in several brainstem regions, such as the raphe magnus and the nucleus of the solitary tract, as well as in the lateral reticular, gigantocellular, vestibular and ventral(More)
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