Bengt O. T. Falck

Experimental Medical Science Lund University, Lund, Skåne län, Sweden 
Ovarian endocrinology, Neurobiology, Epithelial anaerobic energy metabolism
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Bengtsson F, Nobin A, Falck B, et al. (1988) Effect of oral branched chain amino acids on behavior and brain serotonin metabolism in portacaval shunted rats. World Journal of Surgery. 12: 246-54
Bengtsson F, Bugge M, Brun A, et al. (1988) The impact of time after portacaval shunt in the rat on behavior, brain serotonin, and brain and muscle histology. Journal of the Neurological Sciences. 83: 109-22
Bugge M, Bengtsson F, Nobin A, et al. (1986) Amino acids and indoleamines in the brain after infusion of branched-chain amino acids to rats with liver ischemia. Jpen. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. 10: 474-8
Bengtsson F, Nobin A, Falck B, et al. (1986) Portacaval shunt in the rat: selective alterations in behavior and brain serotonin. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 24: 1611-6
Nobin A, Axelsson S, Falck B, et al. (1983) Selective mesenteric vein catheterization and plasma serotonin determination in patients with carcinoid tumors. World Journal of Surgery. 7: 223-9
Falck B, Hillarp NA, Thieme G, et al. (1982) Fluorescence of catechol amines and related compounds condensed with formaldehyde. Brain Research Bulletin. 9: xi-xv
Falck B, Björklund A, Lindvall O. (1982) Recent progress in aldehyde fluorescence histochemistry. Brain Research Bulletin. 9: 3-10
Lindvall O, Björklund A, Falck B, et al. (1981) New fluorophore-forming reactions for histochemical visualization of N-acetylated and tertiary indolamines using glyoxylic acid, aluminum-formaldehyde and trifluoroacetic acid anhydride as reagents. Histochemistry. 72: 523-43
Lindvall O, Björklund A, Falck B, et al. (1981) Recent developments in aldehyde-induced monoamine fluorescence: the aluminum-formaldehyde (ALFA) method applied to immature and adult central nervous tissue. The Histochemical Journal. 13: 583-98
Lindvall O, Björklund A, Falck B, et al. (1980) New aspects on factors determining the sensitivity of the formaldehyde and glyoxylic acid fluorescence histochemical methods for monoamines. Histochemistry. 68: 169-81
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