MicroNeurotrophins Improve Survival in Motor Neuron-Astrocyte Co-Cultures but Do Not Improve Disease Phenotypes in a Mutant SOD1 Mouse Model of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis - Table 1

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Glajch, Kelly E.; Ferraiuolo, Laura; Mueller, Kaly A.; Stopford, Matthew J.; Prabhkar, Varsha; Gravanis, Achille; J. Shaw, Pamela; Sadri-Vakili, Ghazaleh;
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0164103.t001
  • Subject: Molecular Biology | G 93A SOD 1 mouse | ALS patients | Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis | ALS patients experience | DHEA | Mutant SOD 1 Mouse Model | tyrosine kinase receptors | neuroprotective effects | Genetics | BNN 27 treatment | paw grip endurance | Pharmacology | mg | G 93A SOD 1 model | NTF | Motor Neuron-Astrocyte Co-Cultures | BBB | Neuroscience | motor neurons co-cultured | Physiology | Medicine | SOD 1 mutations | blood brain barrier | MNT | Cell Biology | postnatal day 95 | BNN 27
    mesheuropmc: nervous system

<p>MicroNeurotrophins Improve Survival in Motor Neuron-Astrocyte Co-Cultures but Do Not Improve Disease Phenotypes in a Mutant SOD1 Mouse Model of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis</p> - Table 1
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