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Medial temporal lobe neuronal damage in temporal and extratemporal lesional epilepsy.Academic Article Why?
Pathological Tau Promotes Neuronal Damage by Impairing Ribosomal Function and Decreasing Protein Synthesis.Academic Article Why?
Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging suggests progressive neuronal damage in human temporal lobe epilepsy.Academic Article Why?
Protection against HIV-1 gp120-induced brain damage by neuronal expression of human amyloid precursor protein.Academic Article Why?
Targeting of BRCA1 in Neuronal DNA Damage ResponseGrant Why?
Gabel, ChristopherPerson Why?
Toxicity of glucosylsphingosine (glucopsychosine) to cultured neuronal cells: a model system for assessing neuronal damage in Gaucher disease type 2 and 3.Academic Article Why?
Role of cyclooxygenase-2 induction by transcription factor Sp1 and Sp3 in neuronal oxidative and DNA damage response.Academic Article Why?
Ryu, HoonPerson Why?
Neuroprotection and stroke rehabilitation: modulation and enhancement of recovery.Academic Article Why?
Russek, ShelleyPerson Why?
Neuroplasticity after unilateral visual cortex damage in the newborn cat.Academic Article Why?
Wolozin, BenjaminPerson Why?
Lee, JungheePerson Why?
Tasch, EdwinPerson Why?
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