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A novel paradigm for assessing efficacies of potential antidotes against neurotoxins in mice

Author
CRANKSHAW, Daune L1 ; GOON, David J. W1 2 ; BRIGGS, Jacquie E1 ; DELONG, David2 ; KUSKOWSKI, Michael2 ; PATTERSON, Steven E1 ; NAGASAWA, Herbert T1 2
[1] Center for Drug Design, Academic Health Center, University of Minnesota, United States
[2] Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Minneapolis, MN, United States
Source

Toxicology letters. 2007, Vol 175, Num 1-3, pp 111-117, 7 p ; ref : 3/4 p

CODEN
TOLED5
ISSN
0378-4274
Scientific domain
Toxicology
Publisher
Elsevier Science, Amsterdam / Elsevier Science, Shannon
Publication country
Ireland
Document type
Article
Language
English
Author keyword
Animal model Cyanide Oral efficacy Recovery Righting reflex
Keyword (fr)
Animal Antidote Cyanure Efficacité traitement Modèle animal Neurotoxine Restauration Récupération Réflexe Souris Mammalia Rodentia Toxine Vertebrata
Keyword (en)
Animal Antidote Cyanides Treatment efficiency Animal model Neurotoxin Restoration Recovery Reflex Mouse Mammalia Rodentia Toxin Vertebrata
Keyword (es)
Animal Antídoto Cianuro Eficacia tratamiento Modelo animal Neurotoxina Restauración Recuperación Reflejo Ratón Mammalia Rodentia Toxina Vertebrata
Classification
Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002B Medical sciences / 002B03 Toxicology

Discipline
Toxicology
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
19866984

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