Charlotte Mauron

Roche, Indianapolis, IN, United States 
"Charlotte Mauron"
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Martin-Du Pan R, Mauron C. (1996) [Melatonin: a fashion hormone for not very Cartesian reasons]. Revue MéDicale De La Suisse Romande. 116: 299-303
Ulus IH, Wurtman RJ, Mauron C, et al. (1989) Choline increases acetylcholine release and protects against the stimulation-induced decrease in phosphatide levels within membranes of rat corpus striatum. Brain Research. 484: 217-27
Wurtman RJ, Ulus IH, Blusztajn JK, et al. (1989) Choline levels, the regulation of acetylcholine and phosphatidylcholine synthesis, and Alzheimer's disease Journal of Neural Transmission - Parkinson's Disease and Dementia Section. 1: 15
Blusztajn JK, Liscovitch M, Mauron C, et al. (1987) Phosphatidylcholine as a precursor of choline for acetylcholine synthesis. Journal of Neural Transmission. Supplementum. 24: 247-59
Blusztajn JK, Holbrook PG, Lakher M, et al. (1986) "Autocannibalism" of membrane choline-phospholipids: physiology and pathology. Psychopharmacology Bulletin. 22: 781-6
Heraief E, Burckhardt P, Mauron C, et al. (1983) The treatment of obesity by carbohydrate deprivation suppresses plasma tryptophan and its ratio to other large neutral amino acids. Journal of Neural Transmission. 57: 187-95
Pan RM, Mauron C, Glaeser B, et al. (1982) Effect of various oral glucose doses on plasma neutral amino acid levels. Metabolism: Clinical and Experimental. 31: 937-43
Mauron C, Wurtman RJ. (1982) Co-administering tyrosine with glucose potentiates its effect on brain tyrosine levels Journal of Neural Transmission. 55: 317-321
Zeisel SH, Mauron C, Watkins CJ, et al. (1981) Developmental changes in brain indoles, serum tryptophan and other serum neutral amino acids in the rat. Brain Research. 227: 551-64
Mauron C, Wurtman JJ, Wurtman RJ. (1980) Clonidine increases food and protein consumption in rats. Life Sciences. 27: 781-91
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