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Mary Bazelon - bibliography

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American neurologist.

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Geerald M. Fenichel, Mary Bazelon:
• Studies on neuromelanin. II. Melanin in the brainstem of infants and children.
  Neurology, 1968, 18 (8): 817-820.

Mary Bazelon, Ann Barnet, Ann Lodge, Samuel A. Shelburne Jr.:
•  The effect of high doses of 5-hydroxytryptophan on a patient with trisomy 21. 
   Clinical, chemical and EEG correlations. Brain Research, November 1968, 11: 397-411.

Sanford L. Leikin, M. Bazelon, and Kyoung Hi Park. 
•  In vitro lymphocyte transformation in ataxia telangiectasia.
  The Journal of Pediatrics, St. Louis, March 1966, 68 (3): 477–479.

M. Bazelon, Gerald M. Fenichel and Jno Randall: 
• Studies on Neuromelanin. I. A Melanin System in the Human Adult Brain Stem.  
  Neurology, 1967, 17: 512-519. 

Mary Bazelon, Richmond. S. Pain, Valerie A. Cowie, P. Hunt, J. C. Houck and D. Mahanand:
•  Reversal of hypotonia in infants with Down’s syndrome by administration of 5-hydroxytryptophan.
  The Lancet, 1967, 1: 1130.

Mafry Bazelon, Richmond S Paine1, Valerie Cowie, and Robert H Parrott: 
• 28 Long-term Administration of 5-Hydroxytryptophan in Down’s Syndrome.
  Pediatric Research (1967) 1, 207–207; doi:10.1203/00006450-196705000-00035

Geerald M. Fenichel, Mary Bazelon:
• Studies on neuromelanin. II. Melanin in the brainstem of infants and children.
  Neurology, 1968, 18 (8): 817-820.

Mary Bazelon, Ann Barnet, Ann Lodge, Samuel A. Shelburne Jr.:
• The effect of high doses of 5-hydroxytryptophan on a patient with trisomy 21. Clinical, chemical and       EEG correlations. Brain Research, November 1968, 11: 397-411.

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