Subsurface cistern (SSC) proliferation in Purkinje cells of the. rat cerebellum in response to acute and chronic exposure to paint thinner: A light and electron microscopy study 

Maternal Protein Restriction During Pregnancy and/or Lactation Negatively Affects Follicular Ovarian Development and Steroidogenesis in the Prepubertal Rat Offspring

Deficits in odor-guided behaviors in the transgenic 3XTg-ad female mouse model of alzheimer's disease

Expression and function of growth hormone in the nervous system: A brief review 

Maternal protein restriction during pregnancy and/or lactation negatively affects follicular ovarian development and steroidogenesis in the prepubertal rat offspring 

Identification, by RT-PCR, of eight novel I-2-conotoxins from the worm-hunting cone snails Conus brunneus, Conus nux, and Conus princeps from the eastern Pacific (Mexico)

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