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Maternal stress induces long-lasting Purkinje cell developmental impairments in mouse offspring

Bibliographic reference Pascual, Rodrigo ; Ebner Karestinos, Daniela Silvia ; Araneda Oyaneder, Rodrigo ; Urqueta, María José ; Bustamante, Carlos. Maternal stress induces long-lasting Purkinje cell developmental impairments in mouse offspring. In: European Journal of Pediatrics, Vol. 169, no.12, p. 1517-1522 (2010)
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