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Increased dopamine D2 receptor-mediation inhibition of [14C]acetylcholine release in the dorsomedial part of the nucleus accumbens
Dopamine (DA) D2-receptor-mediated inhibition of the K+-stimulated release of [14C]acetylcholine (ACh) from prelabeled rat dorsomedial nucleus accumbens slices was found to be 1.7 times greater than that observed in ...
Pink teeth of the dead: II. Minor variations
One hundred and seventy five ground sections of teeth removed for age determination from unidentified bodies were reviewed. The causes of death were motor vehicle accidents, murders, train accidents, natural causes, gunshot ...
Gender and ethnic differences of the radiographic image of the frontal region
Standardized radiographs of 60 adult black patients (30 female, 30 male) were compared with an identical number of patients from the Cape Coloured ethnic group. Features examined included sinus height, sinus width, perimeter, ...
The palatal rugae in an identification
It is a well established fact that the ruga pattern is as unique to a human as his fingerprints. It has also been found that in cases of severe mutilation and burning where the fingers and other superficial features of the ...
The identification of a 'necklace' murder victim
The necklacing method of murder is a feature of political unrest in South Africa and has become part of an emotive scenario which symbolises the resistance of the radical left in the political spectrum. The dramatic nature ...