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Selenium and manganese in depression – preclinical and clinical studies

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Biochemical aspects of KB-28 compound on physically loaded study subjects

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Pharmacokinetics Of Zinc In Broiler Chickens After Single Intraingluvial Administration With Zinc Aspartate

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Antihypertensive Effect Of Magnesium Sulfate (Cormagnesin®) And Its Combination With Furosemide On Conscious Spontaneously Hypertensive Rats

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The fluctuation of free amino acids in serum during acute ischemic stroke

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Apoptosis of rats’ cardiomyocytes after chronic energy drinks consumption

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Effect of Aronia Melanocarpa Fruit Juice on Fearning and Memory in the Two-Way Active Avoidance Task in Rats

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Omega – 3 fatty acids in schizophrenia – part I: importance in the pathophysiology of schizophrenia

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