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Exercise is neuroprotective to motoneuron dendrites following partial motoneuron depletion via a mechanism dependent on androgen receptors at the target muscle

Chew C (2020) Exercise is neuroprotective to motoneuron dendrites following partial motoneuron depletion via a mechanism dependent on androgen receptors at the target muscle. Indiana Univ, Dept Psychol & Brain Sci Thesis.

See: Chew C et al. Exercise promotes recovery after motoneuron injury via hormonal mechanisms. Neural Regen Res 15(8):1373-1376, 2020.

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