Nadia B. Lelutiu

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Exposure to high levels of organophosphorus compounds (OP) can induce status epilepticus (SE) in humans and rodents via acute cholinergic toxicity, leading to neurodegeneration and brain(More)
The syndrome of behavioral, physiological, and neurochemical changes caused by ablation of the olfactory bulbs (OBX) in rats serves as a reliable and well-validated model of depression. Previous(More)
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