Electron spin resonance spectroscopy reveals alpha-phenyl-N-tert- butylnitrone spin-traps free radicals in rat striatum and prevents haloperidol-induced vacuous chewing movements in the rat model of human tardive dyskinesia

Raina M. Rogoza, David F. Fairfax, Paul Henry, Sevil N-Marandi, Rao F. Khan, Suresh K. Gupta, Ram K. Mishra

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