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Advanced Topics in Neurological Disorders

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Advanced Topics in Neurological Disorders
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535103035
Number of pages: 242

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This book presents recent advances in the field of Neurological disorders research. It consists of 9 chapters encompassing a wide range of areas including bioengineering, stem cell transplantation, gene therapy, proteomic analysis, alternative treatment and neuropsychiatry analysis.

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