Repeated exposures to diisopropylfluorophosphate result in impairments of sustained attention and persistent alterations of inhibitory response control in rats

Alvin V. Terry, Patrick M. Callahan, Wayne D. Beck, Leah Vandenhuerk, Samantha Sinha, Kristy Bouchard, Rose Schade, Jennifer L. Waller

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