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Effects of diazinon and diazoxon on the lymphoproliferation rate of splenocytes from Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus): The immunosuppresive effect could involve an increase in acetylcholine levelsGiron-Perez, M.I.; Zaitseva, G.; Casas-Solis, J.; Santerre, A.--
Effects of diazinon and diazoxon on the lymphoproliferation rate of splenocytes from Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus): The immunosuppresive effect could involve an increase in acetylcholine levelsGiron-Perez, M.I.; Zaitseva, G.; Casas-Solis, J.; Santerre, A.--
Immunologic parameters evaluations in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) exposed to sublethal concentrations of diazinonGiron-Perez, M.I.; Velazquez-Fernandez, J.; Diaz-Resendiz, K.; Diaz-Salas, F.; Canto-Montero, C.; Medina-Diaz, I.; Robledo-Marenco, M.; Rojas-Garcia, A.; Zaitseva, G.--
Immunologic parameters evaluations in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) exposed to sublethal concentrations of diazinonGiron-Perez, M.I.; Velazquez-Fernandez, J.; Diaz-Resendiz, K.; Diaz-Salas, F.; Canto-Montero, C.; Medina-Diaz, I.; Robledo-Marenco, M.; Rojas-Garcia, A.; Zaitseva, G.--
Immunotoxicity and hepatic function evaluation in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) exposed to diazinonGiron-Perez, M.I.; Santerre, A.; Gonzalez-Jaime, F.; Casas-Solis, J.; Hernandez-Coronado, M.; Peregrina-Sandoval, J.; Takemura, A.; Zaitseva, G.--
Immunotoxicity and hepatic function evaluation in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) exposed to diazinonGiron-Perez, M.I.; Santerre, A.; Gonzalez-Jaime, F.; Casas-Solis, J.; Hernandez-Coronado, M.; Peregrina-Sandoval, J.; Takemura, A.; Zaitseva, G.--
Influence of the cholinergic system on the immune response of teleost fishes: Potential model in biomedical researchToledo-Ibarra, G.A.; Rojas-Mayorquin, A.E.; Giron-Perez, M.I.--
Orbitofrontal cortex inactivation impairs early reversal learning in male rats during a sexually motivated taskToledo-Ibarra, G.A.; Rojas-Mayorquin, A.E.; Giron-Perez, M.I.--