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Possible target-related proteins of stress-resistant rats suggested by label-free proteomic analysis

Possible target-related proteins of stress-resistant rats suggested by label-free proteomic analysis
Qidi Ai, Shuai Zhang, Nai-hong Chen, Jiao Chen, Zhenzhen Wang, Shifeng Chu
Stress plays a crucial role in the development of major depressive disorder, but the molecular mechanism underlying the susceptibility vs. resilience to stress remains unclear.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/ra/~3/BxjFUjOK6ac/C7RA04212D

DOI: 2017/RA/C7RA04212D

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