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Midazolam is effective to reduce cortical network activity in organotypic cultures during severe cholinergic overstimulation with soman.

B. Drexler, T. Seeger, F. Worek, H. Thiermann, B. Antkowiak and C. Grasshoff

Excessive apoptosis and disordered autophagy flux contribute to the neurotoxicity induced by high iodine in Sprague-Dawley rat.

Y. Cui, Z. Zhang, B. Zhang, L. Zhao, C. Hou, Q. Zeng, J. Nie, J. Yu, Y. Zhao, T. Gao, A. Wang and H. Liu

Principles for the safety evaluation of cosmetic powders.

W. Steiling, J. F. Almeida, H. Assaf Vandecasteele, S. Gilpin, T. Kawamoto, L. O'Keeffe, G. Pappa, K. Rettinger, H. Rothe and A. M. Bowden

Evaluation of the inhibition effects of apatinib on human and rat cytochrome P450.

S. S. Bao, J. Wen, X. Zheng, Q. Zhou, G. E. Qu, M. J. Chen and G. X. Hu

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