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The medial amygdaloid nucleus (AME) occupies a central position in the circuitry that organizes sexual behavior in the male rat. It receives a projection from olfactory structures that are activated by pheromonal cues indicating receptivity in the female and projects in turn to limbic and hypothalamic structures that are thought to organize aspects of(More)
It has been reported that supplementation with high-dose vitamin B(6) (B(6)) exerts antitumor effects in rodent models of cancer. However, the mechanism of these effects remains poorly understood. High-dose B(6) also suppresses cell proliferation and induces apoptosis of human breast adenocarcinoma MCF-7 cells. Based on preliminary experiments using DNA(More)
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