Effect of Various Agents on ECS-Induced Retrograde Amnesia
Electroconvulsive shock has been variously reported to reduce RNA levels and to increase the levels of transmitters in the brain. These reports have led to several ideas as to what the ECS is doing within the CNS.
KeywordsRetrograde Amnesia Brain Protein Orotic Acid Electroconvulsive Shock Label Amino Acid
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