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Effect of Coenzyme Q10 on ischemia and neuronal damage in an experimental traumatic brain-injury model in rats

By Murat Kalayci, Mufit M Unal, Sanser Gul, Serefden Acikgoz, Nilufer Kandemir, Volkan Hanci, Nurullah Edebali and Bektas Acikgoz
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