Some aspects of neurophysiological basis of insecticide action.

Abstract

When the insecticide parathion was administered to awake, unrestrained rats with chronically implanted brain electrodes, it was observed that the latency of the averaged flash-evoked potential in the visual cortex and superior colliculus was increased and the amplitude was decreased 2 to 4 hours later with responses returning to pretreatment levels about 8… (More)

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@article{Woolley1976SomeAO, title={Some aspects of neurophysiological basis of insecticide action.}, author={Dorothy E. Woolley}, journal={Federation proceedings}, year={1976}, volume={35 14}, pages={2610-7} }