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The Anatomical Record, ISSN 1932-8486, 11/2019, Volume 302, Issue 11, pp. 2040 - 2048
ABSTRACT Measurement of long‐term functional and anatomical outcomes in the same animal is considered a powerful strategy for correlating structure with... 
stereology | fine motor skills | anatomy versus behavior | Neonates | Animal models | Cell survival | Ischemia | Neostriatum | Hypoxia | Paralysis | Putamen | Sugar | Brain injury | Structure-function relationships
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North American journal of medical sciences, ISSN 1947-2714, 08/2010, Volume 2, Issue 8, pp. 376 - 380
Few articles have linked the consumption of green tea to certain liver diseases but several articles have disputed these assertions and the consumption of... 
histology | biochemical | Original | Green tea | sub-chronic
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