Wael M Y Mohamed

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BACKGROUND Organophosphates (OPs) represent the most widely used class of pesticides. Although perceived as low toxicity compounds compared to the previous organochlorines, they still possess neurotoxic effects both on acute and delayed levels. Delayed neurotoxic effects of OPs include OPIDN and OPICN. The mechanisms of these delayed effects have not been(More)
BACKGROUND In humans, early ID (iron deficiency) may cause impairment of dopamine (DA) metabolism including DA clearance, transporter density, and dopamine receptor (D1 and D2) densities. PURPOSE The present study aims to examine the effects of early ID on the catecholaminergic system within certain brain areas related to attention. METHODS(More)
Developmental neurotoxicity (DNT) refers to the toxic effects induced by various chemicals on brain during the early childhood period. As human brains are vulnerable during this period, various chemicals would have significant effects on brains during early childhood. Some toxicants have been confirmed to induce developmental toxic effects on CNS; however,(More)
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