The novel apolipoprotein E-based peptide COG1410 improves sensorimotor performance and reduces injury magnitude following cortical contusion injury

Michael R. Hoane, Jeremy L. Pierce, Michael A. Holland, Nicholas D. Birky, Tan Dang, Michael P. Vitek, Suzanne E. McKenna

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