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The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance

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Edited by Barbara A. Sorg (Washington State University, Pullman) and Iris R. Bell (University of Arizona, Tucson)

The Role of Neural Plasticity in Chemical Intolerance

Published: April 2001

Volume 933

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Chemical intolerance (CI), including multiple chemical sensitivity, is an intriguing problem in environmental health. The uniqueness of this volume is its focus on neurobiological changes, which appear to occur in individuals with CI. This volume seeks to identify mechanisms applicable to the most common symptoms in CI involving the nervous system and to provide up-to-date information in CI in humans.

This volume is out of print.