Neurotoxic Effects of Lysolecithin, Mouse, Rat
Experimental lesions are produced by the injection of varying amounts of lysolecithin directly into the central nervous system or peripheral nerves. The sites and techniques of injection will be described in following sections of this report. Gross lesions are not usually observed.
SynonymsLysolecithin lysophosphatidyl choline (LPC)
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