2 edition of Experimental pharmacological and clinical studies of the neurotropic properties of Neuropan (INHA-17) and Bellazon found in the catalog.
Experimental pharmacological and clinical studies of the neurotropic properties of Neuropan (INHA-17) and Bellazon
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|Statement||[by] G. Ganev, L. Karamalakov and L. Antonov. [Translated by A. Djadjev]|
|Contributions||Karamalakov, L., joint author., Antonov, Li͡u︡bomir, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RM666.I13 G3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||49,  p.|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||76251005|
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Author(s): Ganev,Gancho G; Antonov,L; Karamalakov,L; Nauchno-izsledovatelski institut po nevrologiia i psikhiatriia (Bulgaria) Title(s): Experimental pharmacological and clinical studies of the neurotropic properties of Neuropan (INHA) and Bellazon [by] G.
To analyze and compare the results of screening in vivo studies and retrospective in silico prediction of the psycho- and neurotropic properties of 3-(N-R,R'-aminomethyl)methyl-1H-quinolineones. The pharmacology of neurotrophic factors is part of the general field called neuroprotection or neurodegeneration, which has emerged during the past two decades.
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