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Pinin protects astrocytes from cell death after acute ischemic stroke via maintenance of mitochondrial anti-apoptotic and bioenergetics functions

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Title
Pinin protects astrocytes from cell death after acute ischemic stroke via maintenance of mitochondrial anti-apoptotic and bioenergetics functions
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Journal of Biomedical Science, June 2019
DOI 10.1186/s12929-019-0538-5
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Sujira Mukda, Ching-Yi Tsai, Steve Leu, Jenq-Lin Yang, Samuel H. H. Chan

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#11,945,336
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#568
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#206,012
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#1
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