In vivo sub-chronic treatment with dichlorvos in young rats promotes synaptic plasticity and learning by a mechanism that involves Acylpeptide Hydrolase instead of acetylcholinesterase inhibition. Correlation with endogenous β-amyloid levels

Gonzalo García-Rojo, Fernando Gámiz, Estíbaliz Ampuero, Daniel Rojas-Espina, Rodrigo Sandoval, Carlos Rozas, Bernardo Morales, Ursula Wyneken, Floria Pancetti*

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