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Reversibility of changes in cortical neurons in experimental alcohol intoxication

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Popova, É.N. Reversibility of changes in cortical neurons in experimental alcohol intoxication. Bull Exp Biol Med 96, 1154–1157 (1983). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00839852

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  • alcohol
  • reversibility
  • cortex
  • neurons
  • dendrites