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The effect of heat shock protein 70 on the survival of dopaminergic neurons : In vitro and in vivo trial with transgenic mice

The effect of heat shock protein 70 on the survival of dopaminergic neurons : In vitro and in vivo trial with transgenic mice

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AHN, Y. H., Jesper NYLANDSTED, Marcel LEIST, Marja JÄÄTTELA, Patrik BRUNDIN, 2002. The effect of heat shock protein 70 on the survival of dopaminergic neurons : In vitro and in vivo trial with transgenic mice. In: Experimental Neurology. Elsevier. 175(2), pp. 436. ISSN 0014-4886. eISSN 1090-2430. Available under: doi: 10.1006/exnr.2002.7939

@article{Ahn2002effec-52213, title={The effect of heat shock protein 70 on the survival of dopaminergic neurons : In vitro and in vivo trial with transgenic mice}, year={2002}, doi={10.1006/exnr.2002.7939}, number={2}, volume={175}, issn={0014-4886}, journal={Experimental Neurology}, author={Ahn, Y. H. and Nylandsted, Jesper and Leist, Marcel and Jäättela, Marja and Brundin, Patrik}, note={Meeting Abstract} }

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