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Antidepressant Drugs Correct the Imbalance Between proBDNF/p75NTR/Sortilin and Mature BDNF/TrkB in the Brain of Mice with Chronic Stress

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Antidepressant Drugs Correct the Imbalance Between proBDNF/p75NTR/Sortilin and Mature BDNF/TrkB in the Brain of Mice with Chronic Stress
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Neurotoxicity Research, September 2019
DOI 10.1007/s12640-019-00101-2
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C. R. Yang, X. Y. Zhang, Y. Liu, J. Y. Du, R. Liang, M. Yu, F. Q. Zhang, X. F. Mu, F. Li, L. Zhou, F. H. Zhou, F. J. Meng, S. Wang, D. Ming, X. F. Zhou

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#10,833,892
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#376
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