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Dopamine receptor-mediated depression of spinal monosynaptic transmission
The role of the basal ganglia in controlling a movement initiated by a visually presented cue
Effects of Acute Cerebellectomy on Maximal Electroshock Seizures and Anticonvulsant Efficacy of Diazepam in the Rat
The data indicate that whereas cerebellar influences may suppress seizure activity which is largely focal, seizures of more diffuse origin are not markedly influenced by Cerebellar activity.
Sensorimotor deficits produced by phenytoin and chlorpromazine in unanesthetized cats
Antagonism of reserpine rigidity without inducing sedation
It is demonstrated that motor and behavioral abnormalities induced by high doses of reserpine can be blocked without inducing generalized sedation, which would suggest that it is possible to separate pharmacologically the motor pathways responsible for Reserpine rigidity and those responsible for sedation.
Electrophysiologic changes in peripheral nerve following repeated exposure to organophosphorus agents
The results show that DFP and soman each initially increase rat sciatic nerve conduction and reduce refractoriness, and the data suggest that compensatory changes occur in rat nerve in response to organophosphorus exposure, and further, that these compensatoryChanges involve alteration in membrane ion fluxes.
Bone remodeling and cyclical loading in maxillae of New Zealand white rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus)
The hypothesis that cyclical loading engenders Haversian remodeling in the developing maxilla is not supported and the continuation of modeling throughout the experimental duration may negate the need for remodeling as newly laid bone tends to be more compliant and resistant to crack propagation.
Hemolysis as a possible indicator of neurotoxicity induced by organic solvents.
- Rebecca J. Anderson, C. Glasgow, C. B. Dunham
- Biology, MedicineEnvironmental health perspectives
- 1 December 1984
Hemolysis may be of value as a preliminary test for assessing the neurotoxicity of organic solvents, the extent of which partly depends on absorption of the agent and delivery to nerve tissue.
A 30-year study of body temperature variations correlated with menstrual cycle, seasonality, and aging
The results confirmed the well-known temperature variations during the menstrual cycle and the decreased temperature in older adults compared to young adults and revealed a convincing seasonal variation in body temperature that peaked in August and were lowest in February–March.
Electrophysiologic changes associated with chronic administration of organophosphates
Changes in nerve excitability may be a sensitive indicator of neurotoxicity, and that continued trichlorfon exposure may lead to a cumulative alteration in nerve function.