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Low dose oxidative insult promotes apoptosis in dopaminergic cells via caspase-3 dependent proteolytic activation of PKCdelta Relevance to environmental factors and Parkinsons disease



Low dose oxidative insult promotes apoptosis in dopaminergic cells via caspase-3 dependent proteolytic activation of PKCdelta Relevance to environmental factors and Parkinsons disease



Toxicological Sciences 72(S-1): 79




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