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Late-Onset Running Biphasically Improves Redox Balance, Energy- and Methylglyoxal-Related Status, as well as SIRT1 Expression in Mouse Hippocampus

PLoS One, Oct 2012, p.e48334 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Late-Onset Running Biphasically Improves Redox Balance, Energy- and Methylglyoxal-Related Status, as well as SIRT1 Expression in Mouse Hippocampus (Late-Onset Running and Mouse Hippocampus)

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Late-Onset Running Biphasically Improves Redox Balance, Energy- and Methylglyoxal-Related Status, as well as SIRT1 Expression in Mouse Hippocampus

PLoS ONE, 26 October 2012, Vol.7(10) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Late-onset running biphasically improves redox balance, energy- and methylglyoxal-related status, as well as SIRT1 expression in mouse hippocampus

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Late-onset running biphasically improves redox balance, energy- and methylglyoxal-related status, as well as SIRT1 expression in mouse hippocampus

PLoS ONE, 01 January 2012, Vol.7(10), p.e48334 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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Late-onset running biphasically improves redox balance, energy- and methylglyoxal-related status, as well as SIRT1 expression in mouse hippocampus.

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