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Arai R, Karasawa N, Geffard M, Nagatsu I (1995) L-DOPA is converted to dopamine in serotonergic fibers of the stratium of the rat: a double-labeling immunofluorescence study. Neurosci Lett 195:195-198.

Lagier B, Charrier MC, Geffard M, Doutremepuich C (1992) Effects of polyclonal antibodies against conjugated L-dopa or against conjugated acetylcholine on experimental venous thrombosis. Thromb Res 65(2):275-280.

Okamura H, Kitahamara K, Mons N, Matsumoto Y, Ibata Y, Geffard M (1991) Heterogeneous distribution of L-DOPA immunoreactivity in dopaminergic neurons of the rat midbrain. In, ÒBasic, clinical, an therapeutic aspects of AlzheimerÕs and ParkinsonÕs diseasesÓ (Eds. Nagatsu T, Fisher A, Yoshida M) Plenum Press, NewYork and London. 423-426.

Kitahama K, Geffard M, Okamura H, Nagatsu I, Mons N, Jouvet M (1990) Dopamine and DOPA-immunoreactive neurons in the cat forebrain with reference to tyrosine hydroxylase-immunohistochemistry. Brain Res 518:83-94.

Mons N, Tison F, Geffard M (1990) Existence of L-dopa immunoreactive neurons in the rat preoptic area and anterior hypothalamus. Neuroendocrinology 51(4):425-428.

Tison F, Mons N, Geffard M, Henry P (1990) Immunohistochemistry of endogenous L-DOPA in the rat posterior hypothalamus. Histochemistry 93(6):655-660.

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