By William Slikker Jr., David S Lester, William Slikker Jr, Philip Lazarovici
This precise quantity presents interdisciplinary assurance of the mechanistic standpoint of neurotoxicity that specializes in the positioning of motion of recognized neurotoxins. It presents the reader with an perception into the typical features of neurotoxin motion at the fearful procedure and examines websites of motion at 3 degrees of complexity: molecular, mobile, and mind, with a purpose to let the advance of extra particular healing and pharmacological rationales for therapy sooner or later. Site-Selective Neurotoxicity comprises invaluable info for graduate scholars and educational and business researchers within the fields of toxicology, pharmacology, neurosciences and medicine.
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