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    1. Bunn, TL; Parsons, PJ; Kao, E; Dietert, RR
      Exposure to lead during critical windows of embryonic development: Differential immunotoxic outcome based on stage of exposure and gender

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    2. Li, P; Rossman, TG
      Genes upregulated in lead-resistant glioma cells reveal possible targets for lead-induced developmental neurotoxicity

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    3. Hwang, KY; Schwartz, BS; Lee, BK; Strickland, PT; Todd, AC; Bressler, JP
      Associations of lead exposure and dose measures with erythrocyte protein kinase C activity in 212 current Korean lead workers

      TOXICOLOGICAL SCIENCES
    4. Lasley, SM; Green, MC; Gilbert, ME
      Rat hippocampal NMDA receptor binding as a function of chronic lead exposure level

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY
    5. Louis, ED
      Etiology of essential tremor: Should we be searching for environmental causes?

      MOVEMENT DISORDERS
    6. Ramesh, GT; Manna, SK; Aggarwal, BB; Jadhav, AL
      Lead exposure activates nuclear factor kappa B, activator protein-1, c-JunN-terminal kinase and caspases in the rat brain

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    7. Goodman, M; La Verda, N; Mandel, J
      Commentary on "A meta-analysis for neurobehavioural results due to occupational lead exposure with blood lead concentrations < 70 mu g/100 ml" by M. Meyer-Baron and A. Seeber

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    8. Crnoja, M; Haberhauer-Troyer, C; Rosenberg, E; Grasserbauer, M
      Determination of Sn- and Pb-organic compounds by solid-phase microextraction-gas chromatography-atomic emission detection (SPME-GC-AED) after in situpropylation with sodium tetrapropylborate

      JOURNAL OF ANALYTICAL ATOMIC SPECTROMETRY
    9. Deng, WB; Poretz, RD
      Lead alters the developmental profile of the galactolipid metabolic enzymes in cultured oligodendrocyte lineage cells

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    10. Crumpton, T; Atkins, DS; Zawia, NH; Barone, S
      Lead exposure in pheochromocytoma (PC12) cells alters neural differentiation and Sp1 DNA-binding

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    11. Hu, H
      Poorly controlled hypertension in a painter with chronic lead toxicity

      ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES
    12. Raunio, S; Tahti, H
      Glutamate and calcium uptake in astrocytes after acute lead exposure

      CHEMOSPHERE
    13. Cardenas-Bustamante, O; Varona-Uribe, ME; Nunez-Trujillo, SM; Ortiz-Varon, JE; Pena-Parra, GE
      Correlation of zinc protoporphyrin with blood lead levels in car battery industry workers in Bogota, Colombia.

      SALUD PUBLICA DE MEXICO
    14. Bouton, CMLS; Frelin, LP; Forde, CE; Godwin, HA; Pevsner, J
      Synaptotagmin I is a molecular target for lead

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    15. Schwartz, BS; Lee, BK; Lee, GS; Stewart, WF; Lee, SS; Hwang, KY; Ahn, KD; Kim, YB; Bolla, KI; Simon, D; Parsons, PJ; Todd, AC
      Associations of blood lead, dimercaptosuccinic acid-chelatable lead, and tibia lead with neurobehavioral test scores in South Korean lead workers

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    16. Kim, D; Lawrence, DA
      Immunotoxic effects of inorganic lead on host resistance of mice with different circling behavior preferences

      BRAIN BEHAVIOR AND IMMUNITY
    17. Patrick, GW; Anderson, WJ
      Dendritic alterations of cerebellar Purkinje neurons in postnatally lead-exposed kittens

      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROSCIENCE
    18. Meyer-Baron, M; Seeber, A
      A meta-analysis for neurobehavioural results due to occupational lead exposure with blood lead concentrations < 70 mu g/100 ml

      ARCHIVES OF TOXICOLOGY
    19. Liu, MY; Hsieh, WC; Yang, BC
      In vitro aberrant gene expression as the indicator of lead-induced neurotoxicity in U-373MG cells

      TOXICOLOGY
    20. Apostoli, P; Huard, C; Chaumontet, C; Martel, P; Alessio, L; Mazzoleni, G
      Effects of four inorganic lead compounds on the proliferation and junctional coupling of cultured REL liver cells

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    21. Levin, SM; Goldberg, M
      Clinical evaluation and management of lead-exposed construction workers

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE
    22. Bouton, CMLS; Pevsner, J
      Effects of lead on gene expression

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    23. Lasley, SM; Gilbert, ME
      Glutamatergic components underlying lead-induced impairments in hippocampal synaptic plasticity

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    24. Lucchini, R; Albini, E; Cortesi, I; Placidi, D; Bergamaschi, E; Traversa, F; Alessio, L
      Assessment of neurobehavioral performance as a function of current and cumulative occupational lead exposure

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    25. Qian, Y; Harris, ED; Zheng, Y; Tiffany-Castiglioni, E
      Lead targets GRP78, a molecular chaperone, in C6 rat glioma cells

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    26. Schwartz, BS; Stewart, WF; Bolla, KI; Simon, D; Bandeen-Roche, K; Gordon, B; Links, JM; Todd, AC
      Past adult lead exposure is associated with longitudinal decline in cognitive function

      NEUROLOGY
    27. Kim, FA; Chakraborti, T; Goldstein, GW; Bressler, JP
      Immediate early gene expression in PC12 cells exposed to lead: Requirementfor protein kinase C

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    28. Gulson, BL; Mizon, KJ; Palmer, JM; Korsch, MJ; Patison, N; Jameson, CW; Donnelly, JB
      Urinary lead isotopes during pregnancy and postpartum indicate no preferential partitioning of endogenous lead into plasma

      JOURNAL OF LABORATORY AND CLINICAL MEDICINE
    29. Hossain, MA; Bouton, CML; Pevsner, J; Laterra, J
      Induction of vascular endothelial growth factor in human astrocytes by lead - Involvement of a protein kinase c/activator protein-1 complex-dependentand hypoxia-inducible factor 1-independent signaling pathway

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    30. Mike, A; Pereira, EFR; Albuquerque, EX
      Ca2+-sensitive inhibition by Pb2+ of alpha 7-containing nicotinic acetylcholine receptors in hippocampal neurons

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    31. Schwartz, BS; Stewart, WF; Todd, AC; Links, JM
      Predictors of dimercaptosuccinic acid chelatable lead and tibial lead in former organolead manufacturing workers

      OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    32. Lindgren, KN; Masten, VL; Tiburzi, MJ; Ford, DP; Bleecker, ML
      The factor structure of the profile of mood states (POMS) and its relationship to occupational lead exposure

      JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE
    33. Dursun, N; Tutus, A
      Chronic occupational lead exposure and thyroid function

      JOURNAL OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    34. Bolla, KI; Rothman, R; Cadet, JL
      Dose-related neurobehavioral effects of chronic cocaine use

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES
    35. Bressler, J; Kim, K; Chakraborti, T; Goldstein, G
      Molecular mechanisms of lead neurotoxicity

      NEUROCHEMICAL RESEARCH
    36. Tiffany-Castiglioni, E; Lindahl, LS
      Complementarity and usefulness of in vitro approaches in lead toxicology: Commentary on forum position paper

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    37. Reinholz, MM; Bertics, PJ; Miletic, V
      Chronic exposure to lead acetate affects the development of protein kinaseC activity and the distribution of the PKC gamma isozyme in the rat hippocampus

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    38. Lasley, SM; Green, MC; Gilbert, ME
      Influence of exposure period on in vivo hippocampal glutamate and GABA release in rats chronically exposed to lead

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    39. Gilbert, ME; Mack, CM; Lasley, SM
      Chronic developmental lead exposure and hippocampal long-term potentiation: Biphasic dose-response relationship

      NEUROTOXICOLOGY
    40. Sun, XY; Tian, XT; Tomsig, JL; Suszkiw, JB
      Analysis of differential effects of Pb2+ on protein kinase C isozymes

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    41. Stewart, WF; Schwartz, BS; Simon, D; Bolla, KI; Todd, AC; Links, J
      Neurobehavioral function and tibial and chelatable lead levels in 543 former organolead workers

      NEUROLOGY
    42. Chakraborti, T; Kim, KA; Goldstein, GG; Bressler, JP
      Increased AP-1 DNA binding activity in PC12 cells treated with lead

      JOURNAL OF NEUROCHEMISTRY
    43. EHRLICH R; ROBINS T; JORDAAN E; MILLER S; MBULI S; SELBY P; WYNCHANK S; CANTRELL A; DEBROE M; DHAESE P; TODD A; LANDRIGAN P
      LEAD ABSORPTION AND RENAL DYSFUNCTION IN A SOUTH-AFRICAN BATTERY FACTORY

      Occupational and environmental medicine
    44. APOSTOLI P; KISS P; PORRU S; BONDE JP; VANHOORNE M
      MALE REPRODUCTIVE TOXICITY OF LEAD IN ANIMALS AND HUMANS

      Occupational and environmental medicine
    45. HANNINEN H; AITIO A; KOVALA T; LUUKKONEN R; MATIKAINEN E; MANNELIN T; ERKKILA J; RIIHIMAKI V
      OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TO LEAD AND NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL DYSFUNCTION

      Occupational and environmental medicine
    46. SKERFVING S; GERHARDSSON L; SCHUTZ A; STROMBERG U
      LEAD - BIOLOGICAL MONITORING OF EXPOSURE AND EFFECTS

      The Journal of trace elements in experimental medicine
    47. Shafer, TJ
      Effects of Cd2+, Pb2+ and CH3Hg+ on high voltage-activated calcium currents in pheochromocytoma (PC12) cells: potency, reversibility, interactions with extracellular Ca2+ and mechanisms of block

      TOXICOLOGY LETTERS
    48. SCHUMACHER C; BRODKIN CA; ALEXANDER B; CULLEN M; RAINEY PM; VANNETTEN C; FAUSTMAN E; CHECKOWAY H
      THYROID-FUNCTION IN LEAD SMELTER WORKERS - ABSENCE OF SUBACUTE OR CUMULATIVE EFFECTS WITH MODERATE LEAD BURDENS

      International archives of occupational and environmental health
    49. SCORTEGAGNA M; CHIKHALE E; HANBAUER I
      EFFECT OF LEAD ON CYTOSKELETAL PROTEINS EXPRESSED IN E14 MESENCEPHALIC PRIMARY CULTURES

      Neurochemistry international
    50. FINKELSTEIN Y; MARKOWITZ ME; ROSEN JF
      LOW-LEVEL LEAD-INDUCED NEUROTOXICITY IN CHILDREN - AN UPDATE ON CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM EFFECTS

      Brain research reviews
    51. HEGG CC; MILETIC V
      DIMINISHED BLOCKING EFFECT OF ACUTE LEAD-EXPOSURE ON HIGH-THRESHOLD VOLTAGE-GATED CALCIUM CURRENTS IN PC12 CELLS CHRONICALLY EXPOSED TO THEHEAVY-METAL

      Neurotoxicology
    52. DAVEY FD; BREEN KC
      STIMULATION OF SIALYLTRANSFERASE BY SUBCHRONIC LOW-LEVEL LEAD-EXPOSURE IN THE DEVELOPING NERVOUS-SYSTEM - A POTENTIAL MECHANISM OF TERATOGEN ACTION

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    53. ZHAO QQ; SLAVKOVICH V; ZHENG W
      LEAD-EXPOSURE PROMOTES TRANSLOCATION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C ACTIVITIES IN RAT CHOROID-PLEXUS IN-VITRO, BUT NOT IN-VIVO

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    54. SINGH AK; JIANG Y
      DEVELOPMENTAL EFFECTS OF CHRONIC LOW-LEVEL LEAD-EXPOSURE ON VOLTAGE-GATED CALCIUM CHANNELS IN BRAIN SYNAPTOSOMES OBTAINED FROM THE NEONATALAND THE ADULT RATS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part C, Pharmacology toxicology & endocrinology
    55. SCHANNE FAX; LONG GJ; ROSEN JF
      LEAD-INDUCED RISE IN INTRACELLULAR FREE CALCIUM IS MEDIATED THROUGH ACTIVATION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C IN OSTEOBLASTIC BONE-CELLS

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Molecular basis of disease
    56. MEJIA JJ; DIAZBARRIGA F; CALDERON J; RIOS C; JIMENEZCAPDEVILLE ME
      EFFECTS OF LEAD-ARSENIC COMBINED EXPOSURE ON CENTRAL MONOAMINERGIC SYSTEMS

      Neurotoxicology and teratology
    57. KIM K; ANNADATA M; GOLDSTEIN GW; BRESSLER JP
      INDUCTION OF C-FOS MESSENGER-RNA BY LEAD IN PC12 CELLS

      International journal of developmental neuroscience
    58. JADHAV AL; RAMESH GT
      PB-INDUCED ALTERATIONS IN TYROSINE-HYDROXYLASE ACTIVITY IN RAT-BRAIN

      Molecular and cellular biochemistry
    59. TONNER LE; KATZ DI; HEIMAN AS
      THE ACUTE EFFECT OF LEAD ACETATE ON GLUCOCORTICOID RECEPTOR-BINDING IN C6 GLIOMA-CELLS

      Toxicology
    60. BALBUS JM; STEWART W; BOLLA KI; SCHWARTZ BS
      SIMPLE VISUAL REACTION-TIME IN ORGANOLEAD MANUFACTURING WORKERS - COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT METHODS OF MODELING LEAD-EXPOSURE AND REACTION-TIME

      American journal of industrial medicine
    61. CORYSLECHTA DA
      RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PB-INDUCED CHANGES IN NEUROTRANSMITTER SYSTEM FUNCTION AND BEHAVIORAL TOXICITY

      Neurotoxicology
    62. CHIA SE; CHIA HP; ONG CN; JEYARATNAM J
      CUMULATIVE BLOOD LEAD LEVELS AND NEUROBEHAVIORAL TEST-PERFORMANCE

      Neurotoxicology
    63. GROVER CA; JASEK MC; FRYE GD; GRIFFITH WH
      ETHANOL INHIBITION OF REDUCED FREQUENCY-DEPENDENT RUNDOWN OF CALCIUM CURRENTS IN ACUTELY DISSOCIATED MS NDB NEURONS FROM CHRONIC IN-VIVO LEAD-EXPOSED ADULT-RATS/

      Neurotoxicology
    64. LUO ZD; BERMAN HA
      THE INFLUENCE OF PB2-RECEPTOR( ON EXPRESSION OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE AND THE ACETYLCHOLINE)

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    65. BLEECKER ML; LINDGREN KN; FORD DP
      DIFFERENTIAL CONTRIBUTION OF CURRENT AND CUMULATIVE INDEXES OF LEAD DOSE TO NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE BY AGE

      Neurology
    66. GILBERT ME
      TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF A BIOLOGICALLY-BASED DOSE-RESPONSE MODEL OF LEAD NEUROTOXICITY

      American zoologist
    67. TANG HW; HU XH; LIANG YX
      ALTERATIONS OF STRIATAL MONOAMINE METABOLITES IN YOUNG-RATS FOLLOWINGPRENATAL AND POSTNATAL LEAD-EXPOSURE

      Environmental toxicology and pharmacology
    68. AWASTHI S; AWASTHI R; PANDE VK; SRIVASTAV RC; FRUMKIN H
      BLOOD LEAD IN PREGNANT-WOMEN IN THE URBAN SLUMS OF LUCKNOW, INDIA

      Occupational and environmental medicine
    69. MITCHELL CS; SHEAR MS; BOLLA KI; SCHWARTZ BS
      CLINICAL-EVALUATION OF 58 ORGANOLEAD MANUFACTURING WORKERS

      Journal of occupational and environmental medicine
    70. SANCHEZFRUCTUOSO AI; TORRALBO A; ARROYO M; LUQUE M; RUILOPE LM; SANTOS JL; CRUCEYRA A; BARRIENTOS A
      OCCULT LEAD-INTOXICATION AS A CAUSE OF HYPERTENSION AND RENAL-FAILURE

      Nephrology, dialysis, transplantation
    71. ALDHAHERI AH; ELSABBAN FF; FAHIM MA
      LEAD ALTERS STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF MOUSE FLEXOR MUSCLE

      International journal of developmental neuroscience
    72. BRESSLER JP; BELLONIOLIVI L; FORMAN S; GOLDSTEIN GW
      DISTINCT MECHANISMS OF NEUROTRANSMITTER RELEASE FROM PC-12 CELLS EXPOSED TO LEAD

      Journal of neuroscience research
    73. GERHARDSSON L; KAZANTZIS G; SCHUTZ A
      EVALUATION OF SELECTED PUBLICATIONS ON REFERENCE VALUES FOR LEAD IN BLOOD

      Scandinavian journal of work, environment & health
    74. BETTAIYA R; YALLAPRAGADA PR; HALL E; RAJANNA S
      IN-VITRO EFFECT OF LEAD ON CA2-ATPASE IN SYNAPTIC PLASMA-MEMBRANES AND MICROSOMES OF RAT CEREBRAL-CORTEX AND CEREBELLUM()

      Ecotoxicology and environmental safety
    75. POKORA MJ; RICHFIELD EK; CORYSLECHTA DA
      PREFERENTIAL VULNERABILITY OF NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS DOPAMINE BINDING-SITES TO LOW-LEVEL LEAD-EXPOSURE - TIME-COURSE OF EFFECTS AND INTERACTIONSWITH CHRONIC DOPAMINE AGONIST TREATMENTS

      Journal of neurochemistry
    76. CHAURASIA SS; GUPTA P; KAR A; MAITI PK
      LEAD-INDUCED THYROID-DYSFUNCTION AND LIPID-PEROXIDATION IN THE FISH CLARIAS-BATRACHUS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO HEPATIC TYPE I-5'-MONODEIODINASE ACTIVITY

      Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology
    77. GILBERT ME; MACK CM; LASLEY SM
      CHRONIC DEVELOPMENTAL LEAD-EXPOSURE INCREASES THE THRESHOLD FOR LONG-TERM POTENTIATION IN RAT DENTATE GYRUS IN-VIVO

      Brain research
    78. GERHARDSSON L; HAGMAR L; RYLANDER L; SKERFVING S
      MORTALITY AND CANCER INCIDENCE AMONG SECONDARY LEAD SMELTER WORKERS

      Occupational and environmental medicine
    79. PINONLATAILLADE G; THOREUXMANLAY A; COFFIGNY H; MASSE R; SOUFIR JC
      REPRODUCTIVE TOXICITY OF CHRONIC LEAD-EXPOSURE IN MALE AND FEMALE MICE

      Human & experimental toxicology
    80. FONIA O; WEIZMAN R; ZISMAN E; ASHKENAZI R; GAVISH M
      DOWN-REGULATION OF HEPATIC PERIPHERAL-TYPE BENZODIAZEPINE RECEPTORS CAUSED BY ACUTE LEAD-INTOXICATION

      European journal of pharmacology. Environmental toxicology and pharmacology section
    81. FERGUSON CA; AUDESIRK G
      NON-GABA(A)-MEDIATED EFFECTS OF LINDANE ON NEURITE DEVELOPMENT AND INTRACELLULAR FREE CALCIUM-ION CONCENTRATION IN CULTURED RAT HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS

      Toxicology in vitro
    82. WALKER I; COLEMAN MD
      THE BLOOD-BRAIN-BARRIER - IN-VITRO METHODS AND TOXICOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS

      Toxicology in vitro
    83. AUDESIRK T; SHUGARTS D; CABELLKLUCH L; WARDLE K
      THE EFFECTS OF TRIETHYL LEAD ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS IN CULTURE

      Cell biology and toxicology
    84. CORYSLECHTA DA
      RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN LEAD-INDUCED LEARNING IMPAIRMENTS AND CHANGES IN DOPAMINERGIC, CHOLINERGIC, AND GLUTAMATERGIC NEUROTRANSMITTER SYSTEMFUNCTIONS

      Annual review of pharmacology and toxicology
    85. WATTS SW; CHAI SS; WEBB RC
      LEAD ACETATE-INDUCED CONTRACTION IN RABBIT MESENTERIC-ARTERY - INTERACTION WITH CALCIUM AND PROTEIN-KINASE-C

      Toxicology
    86. HEIMAN AS; TONNER LE
      THE ACUTE EFFECT OF LEAD ACETATE ON GLUCOCORTICOID REGULATION OF TYROSINE AMINOTRANSFERASE IN HEPATOMA-CELLS

      Toxicology
    87. BOLLA KI; SCHWARTZ BS; STEWART W; RIGNANI JE; AGNEW J; FORD DP
      COMPARISON OF NEUROBEHAVIORAL FUNCTION IN WORKERS EXPOSED TO A MIXTURE OF ORGANIC AND INORGANIC LEAD AND IN WORKERS EXPOSED TO SOLVENTS

      American journal of industrial medicine
    88. KALA SV; JADHAV AL
      REGION-SPECIFIC ALTERATIONS IN DOPAMINE AND SEROTONIN METABOLISM IN BRAINS OF RATS EXPOSED TO LOW-LEVELS OF LEAD

      Neurotoxicology
    89. ISHIHARA K; ALKONDON M; MONTES JG; ALBUQUERQUE EX
      ONTOGENICALLY RELATED PROPERTIES OF N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE RECEPTORS INRAT HIPPOCAMPAL-NEURONS AND THE AGE-SPECIFIC SENSITIVITY OF DEVELOPING NEURONS TO LEAD

      The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics
    90. SUN LR; SUSZKIW JB
      EXTRACELLULAR INHIBITION AND INTRACELLULAR ENHANCEMENT OF CA2+ CURRENTS BY PB2+ IN BOVINE ADRENAL CHROMAFFIN CELLS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    91. KALA SV; JADHAV AL
      LOW-LEVEL LEAD-EXPOSURE DECREASES IN-VIVO RELEASE OF DOPAMINE IN THE RAT NUCLEUS-ACCUMBENS - A MICRODIALYSIS STUDY

      Journal of neurochemistry
    92. BUSSELBERG D; MICHAEL D; PLATT B
      PB2-ACTIVATED AND N-METHYL-D-ASPARTATE (NMDA)-ACTIVATED CALCIUM-CHANNEL CURRENTS( REDUCES VOLTAGE)

      Cellular and molecular neurobiology
    93. PRZYMUSINSKI R; GWOZDZ EA
      INCREASED ACCUMULATION OF THE 16X10(3) M(1) POLYPEPTIDE IN LUPIN ROOTS EXPOSED TO LEAD, COPPER AND NITRITE IONS

      Environmental and experimental botany
    94. VIJVERBERG HPM; OORTGIESEN M; LEINDERS T; VANKLEEF RGDM
      METAL INTERACTIONS WITH VOLTAGE-ACTIVATED AND RECEPTOR-ACTIVATED ION CHANNELS

      Environmental health perspectives
    95. STRUZYNSKA L; RAFALOWSKA U
      THE EFFECT OF LEAD ON DOPAMINE, GABA AND HISTIDINE SPONTANEOUS AND KCL-DEPENDENT RELEASES FROM RAT-BRAIN SYNAPTOSOMES

      Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis
    96. BRESSLER J; FORMAN S; GOLDSTEIN GW
      PHOSPHOLIPID-METABOLISM IN NEURAL MICROVASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL-CELLS AFTER EXPOSURE TO LEAD IN-VITRO

      Toxicology and applied pharmacology
    97. BRATTON GR; HINEY JK; DEES WL
      LEAD (PB) ALTERS THE NOREPINEPHRINE-INDUCED SECRETION OF LUTEINIZING-HORMONE-RELEASING HORMONE FROM THE MEDIAN-EMINENCE OF ADULT MALE-RATS IN-VITRO

      Life sciences
    98. JIN ZZ; NILSSON BO
      ANALYSIS OF HEAVY-METALS IN MOUSE UTERINE SECRETION BY X-RAY-MICROANALYSIS

      Scanning microscopy
    99. CLARKSON TW
      MOLECULAR AND IONIC MIMICRY OF TOXIC METALS

      Annual review of pharmacology and toxicology
    100. OORTGIESEN M; LEINDERS T; VANKLEEF RGDM; VIJVERBERG HPM
      DIFFERENTIAL NEUROTOXICOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF LEAD ON VOLTAGE-DEPENDENT AND RECEPTOR-OPERATED ION CHANNELS

      Neurotoxicology


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