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Forced Swimming-Induced Depressive-like Behavior and Anxiety Are Reduced by Chlorpheniramine via Suppression of Oxidative and Inflammatory Mediators and Activating the Nrf2-BDNF Signaling Pathway
Current Issues in Molecular Biology, August 2023
Hasan S. Alamri, Rana Mufti, Deema Kamal Sabir, Abdulwahab A. Abuderman, Amal F. Dawood, Asmaa M. ShamsEldeen, Mohamed A. Haidara, Esma R. Isenovic, Mahmoud H. El-Bidawy
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