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Chronic oral d-galactose intake provokes age-related changes in the rat prefrontal cortex
Behavioural Brain Research, January 2023
Jelena Martinovic, Marina Zaric Kontic, Milorad Dragic, Ana Todorovic, Ivana Gusevac Stojanovic, Natasa Mitrovic, Ivana Grkovic, Dunja Drakulic
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