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Nutrition and the ageing brain : Moving towards clinical applications

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FLANAGAN, Emma, Daniel LAMPORT, Lorraine BRENNAN, Philip BURNET, Vittorio CALABRESE, Stephen C. CUNNANE, Martijn C. DE WILDE, Louise DYE, Thomas HARTUNG, David VAUZOUR, 2020. Nutrition and the ageing brain : Moving towards clinical applications. In: Ageing Research Reviews. Elsevier. 62, 101079. ISSN 1568-1637. eISSN 1872-9649. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.arr.2020.101079

@article{Flanagan2020-09Nutri-51116, title={Nutrition and the ageing brain : Moving towards clinical applications}, year={2020}, doi={10.1016/j.arr.2020.101079}, volume={62}, issn={1568-1637}, journal={Ageing Research Reviews}, author={Flanagan, Emma and Lamport, Daniel and Brennan, Lorraine and Burnet, Philip and Calabrese, Vittorio and Cunnane, Stephen C. and de Wilde, Martijn C. and Dye, Louise and Hartung, Thomas and Vauzour, David}, note={Article Number: 101079} }

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