Early ontogeny of the central benzodiazepine receptor in human embryos and fetuses.

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The early ontogeny of the central benzodiazepine receptor (BZR) was investigated in human embryos and fetuses between 7 and 26 weeks of gestation. Brain tissue was gained from terminated pregnancies or spontaneous abortions. Binding studies, which were performed with 3H-flunitrazepam (FNZ), revealed that specific benzodiazepine binding is already detectable… (More)

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@article{Hebebrand1988EarlyOO, title={Early ontogeny of the central benzodiazepine receptor in human embryos and fetuses.}, author={Johannes Hebebrand and Detlef Walter Maria Hofmann and Robert Reichelt and Sebastian Schnarr and M. Knapp and P. Propping and Hans J. F{\"o}disch}, journal={Life sciences}, year={1988}, volume={43 25}, pages={2127-36} }