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Q. Zhang, Ding, M., Gao, X. R., and Ding, F., Pyrroloquinoline quinone rescues hippocampal neurons from glutamate-induced cell death through activation of Nrf2 and up-regulation of antioxidant genes, vol. 11, pp. 2652-2664, 2012.
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