T Bei-Paraskevopoulou

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The appearance of the light harvesting II (LHC II) protein in etiolated bean leaves, as monitored by immunodetection in LDS-solubilized leaf protein extracts, is under phytochrome control. A single red light pulse induces accumulation of the protein, in leaves kept in the dark thereafter, which follows circadian oscillations similar to those earlier found(More)
The content and distribution of catecholamine-containing formations in the cerebellum of untreated and heroin-treated male rats, was visualized by glyoxylic acid-induced histofluorescence, in an attempt to define the adaptive mechanisms leading to heroin dependent tolerance as well as identify a biological role for these formations. Repeated heroin(More)
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