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Transient increased density of NMDA binding sites in the developing rat hippocampus

Author
TREMBLAY, E1 ; ROISIN, M. P; REPRESA, A; CHARRIAUT-MARLANGUE, C; BEN-ARI, Y
[1] INSERM U-29, lab. neurobiologie physiopathologie développement, Paris 75014, France
Source

Brain research. 1988, Vol 461, Num 2, pp 393-396 ; ref : 23 ref

CODEN
BRREAP
ISSN
0006-8993
Scientific domain
Neurology; Physiology, morphology
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam / Elsevier, London / Elsevier, New York, NY
Publication country
Netherlands
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Aminoacide Autoradiographie Développement Encéphale Glutamique acide Hippocampe Rat Rhinencéphale Récepteur biologique Système nerveux central Aspartate(N méthyl) Mammalia Rodentia Vertebrata
Keyword (en)
Aminoacid Autoradiography Development Brain Glutamic acid Hippocampus Rat Rhinencephalon Biological receptor Central nervous system Mammalia Rodentia Vertebrata
Keyword (es)
Aminoácido Autorradiografía Desarrollo Encéfalo Glutámico ácido Hipocampo Rata Rinencéfalo Receptor biológico Sistema nervioso central Mammalia Rodentia Vertebrata
Classification
Pascal
002 Biological and medical sciences / 002A Fundamental and applied biological sciences. Psychology / 002A25 Vertebrates: nervous system and sense organs / 002A25D Central nervous system / 002A25D04 Central neurotransmission. Neuromudulation. Pathways and receptors

Discipline
Vertebrates : nervous system and sense organs
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
7085045

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