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MPTP abbrev.

MPTP abbrev.

Paraquat Neurotoxicity is Distinct from that of MPTP and Rotenone

Inhibition of MptpB phosphatase from Mycobacterium tuberculosis impairs mycobacterial survival in macrophages

A new model to study compensatory mechanisms in MPTP-treated monkeys exhibiting recovery

Disruption of information processing in the supplementary motor area of the MPTP‐treated monkey A clue to the pathophysiology of akinesia?

Paradigm shifts in cardioprotection research: the importance of the MPTP as a therapeutic target AUTHORS' RETROSPECTIVE

Regional and temporal expression of the peripheral benzodiazepine receptor in MPTP neurotoxicity.

Reduced cortical innervation of the subthalamic nucleus in MPTP-treated parkinsonian monkeys

Loss of asymmetric spine synapses in prefrontal cortex of motor-asymptomatic, dopamine-depleted, cognitively impaired MPTP-treated monkeys

l-Dopa restores striatal dopamine level but fails to reverse MPTP-induced memory deficits in rats

New striatal dopamine neurons in MPTP-treated macaques result from a phenotypic shift and not neurogenesis

Survival of midbrain dopaminergic cells after lesion or deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus in MPTP-treated monkeys

Uncoupling protein 3 mediates H2O2 preconditioning-afforded cardioprotection through the inhibition of MPTP opening

Distinct mPTP activation mechanisms in ischaemia–reperfusion: contributions of Ca2+, ROS, pH, and inorganic polyphosphate

Dopamine agonist-induced dyskinesias are correlated to both firing pattern and frequency alterations of pallidal neurones in the MPTP-treated monkey

The mPTP and its regulatory proteins: final common targets of signalling pathways for protection against necrosis

 

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1-Methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine, a substance that is found as a contaminant in some designer drugs, notably MPPP, and is converted in the body to MPP+, causing Parkinson's disease.

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