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Autophagy-mediated occludin degradation contributes to blood–brain barrier disruption during ischemia in bEnd.3 brain endothelial cells and rat ischemic stroke models

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Title
Autophagy-mediated occludin degradation contributes to blood–brain barrier disruption during ischemia in bEnd.3 brain endothelial cells and rat ischemic stroke models
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Fluids and Barriers of the CNS, March 2020
DOI 10.1186/s12987-020-00182-8
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Kim, Kyeong-A, Kim, Donghyun, Kim, Jeong-Hyeon, Shin, Young-Jun, Kim, Eun-Sun, Akram, Muhammad, Kim, Eun-Hye, Majid, Arshad, Baek, Seung-Hoon, Bae, Ok-Nam

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