Chronic sodium azide treatment decreases membrane-bound protein kinase C activity in the rat hippocampus.

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Chronic administration of sodium azide in rats inhibits cytochrome oxidase and produces learning and memory deficits. The present experiment tested the hypothesis that chronic sodium azide treatment might also alter protein kinase C activation. Continuous infusion of sodium azide (400 micrograms/h, sc) in rats for 2 weeks significantly decreases membrane… (More)

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@article{Bennett1995ChronicSA, title={Chronic sodium azide treatment decreases membrane-bound protein kinase C activity in the rat hippocampus.}, author={Maggie Bennett and D E Fordyce and Giuseppina Rose and Jakob Wehner}, journal={Neurobiology of learning and memory}, year={1995}, volume={64 2}, pages={187-90} }