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Possible role of endogenous protein phosphorylation in organophosphorus compound induced delayed neurotoxicity



Possible role of endogenous protein phosphorylation in organophosphorus compound induced delayed neurotoxicity



Narahashi, T (Ed ) Cellular And Molecular Neurotoxicology Meeting, San Diego, Calif , Usa, Aug 26-27, 1983 Xv+304p Raven Press: New York, N Y , Usa Illus 265-284




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