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Early-life exposure to noise reduces mPFC astrocyte numbers and T-maze alternation/discrimination task performance in adult male rats

Ruvalcaba-Delgadillo Yaveth, Luquín Sonia, Ramos-Zúñiga Rodrigo, Feria-Velasco Alfredo, González-Castañeda Rocío Elizabeth, Pérez-Vega Maria Isabel, Jáuregui-Huerta Fernando, García-Estrada Joaquín

Year : 2015| Volume: 17| Issue : 77 | Page no: 216-226

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