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Early manifestations and mechanism of the neurotoxic action of organophosphorus pesticides
The inhibition of neurotoxic esterase activity in chicken brain has been studied in vitro and in vivo. Aphos exposure, causing chicken paralysis, has demonstrated that the initial stage of delayedExpand
[Delayed neurotoxic action of a new fungicide aphos].
It has been established that administration of aphos to chickens within a wide dose range (3000-25 mg/kg) produces a retarded neurotoxic action that is manifested by the development of ataxia,Expand
[Therapeutic and preventive effectiveness of zyxorin during poisoning with anticholineesterase pesticides].
Zyxorin (50-100 mg/kg) was found to produce a significant increase of the content (activity) of components of electron transport microsomal circuit and is similar to phenobarbital by its inducingExpand
[Determination of the activity of neurotoxic esterase in the peripheral blood lymphocytes for assessing the action of organophosphorus compounds].
It was shown on a model of intoxication of hens with aphos possessing a selective neuroparalytic action that the target-enzyme neurotoxic esterase changed its activity in the brain, spleen andExpand
[Simple method of immobilizing white rats].