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Pharmacological effects produced by intracerebral injection of drugs in the conscious mouse.
A method has been described for the study of the central effects produced by the intracerebral injection of drugs in the unanaesthetized mouse. The effects observed were in good agreement with thoseExpand
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Review of the toxicology of paraquat (1,1'-dimethyl-4,4'-bipyridinium chloride).
  • T. Haley
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Clinical toxicology
  • 1979
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Pharmacology and toxicology of the rare earth elements.
  • T. Haley
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of pharmaceutical sciences
  • 1 May 1965
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Toxicological and pharmacological effects of gadolinium and samarium chlorides.
A study has been made of the toxicology and pharmacology of gadolinium and samarium chlorides. The symptoms of acute toxicity following intraperitoneal injection are described. The chronic oralExpand
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PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY OF PRASEODYMIUM AND NEODYMIUM CHLORIDES.
Abstract The pharmacology and toxicology of praseodymium and neodymium chlorides have been investigated. Both chemicals exhibited a delayed acute toxicity with symptoms similar to those seen withExpand
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A note on the effects of a temporary exposure of an individual to pentachlorophenol
The climate of Hawaii is favorable for termite propagation and, therefore, many households of the State include containers of pentachlorophenel formulations in their collection of insecticides forExpand
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Pharmacological comparison of R(+), S(-) and racemic thiopentone in mice.
The i.p. LD50's of the enantiomorphs of thiopentone have the following increasing order of lethality R(+), racemate and S(-). Whereas the racemate and the S(-) compound have similar therapeuticExpand
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Pharmacological comparison of R(+), S(-) and racemic secobarbital in mice.
Abstract Pharmacological tests in mice demonstrated differences in potency between the stereoisomers of secobarbital. The S(−) antipode was a more potent anesthetic than either the R(+) antipode orExpand
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