Postnatal development of neural chemoafferent pathway and respiration is altered following prenatal nicotine exposure in rats

Malhière, S.; Dalmaz, Y.; Perrin, D.; Roux, J. C.; Lagercrantz, H.; Pequignot, J. M.; Peyronnet, J.
January 2001
Respiratory Research;2001 Supplement 1, Vol. 2, pP16
Academic Journal
An abstract of the study "Postnatal development of neural chemoafferent pathway and respiration is altered following prenatal nicotine exposure in rats," by S. Malhiere and colleagues is presented.


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