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The function of inactivation systems of neuro transmitters in the rat brain nerve endings during the chronic effect of terephthalic acid and its di methyl ester

, : The function of inactivation systems of neuro transmitters in the rat brain nerve endings during the chronic effect of terephthalic acid and its di methyl ester. Biologicheskie Nauki (Moscow) (1): 31-34

The chronic effect of terephthalic acid and its dimethyl ester on rats caused a significant decrease of uptake of norepinephrine by gray matter synaptosomes and activates monoaminoxidase and catechol-O-methyltransferase in cerebral hemispheres.

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