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Volume 30, Number 1, January 2001

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Melatonin reduces dinitrobenzene sulfonic acid-induced colitis
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Authors: Cuzzocrea, S.; Mazzon, E.; Serraino, I.; Lepore, V.; Luisa Terranova, M.; Ciccolo, A.; Caputi, A.P.

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Melatonin protects fetal rat brain against oxidative mitochondrial damage
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Changes of serum melatonin level and its relationship to feto-placental unit during pregnancy
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Authors: Nakamura, Y.; Tamura, H.; Kashida, S.; Takayama, H.; Yamagata, Y.; Karube, A.; Sugino, N.; Kato, H.

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Lack of changes in serum prolactin, FSH, TSH, and estradiol after melatonin treatment in doses that improve sleep and reduce benzodiazepine consumption in sleep-disturbed, middle-aged, and elderly patients
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Seasonal alterations in circadian melatonin rhythms of the European wild boar and domestic gilt
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