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Andrea Ibarra García
Raúl Silva García
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El uso de péptidos neurales para el tratamiento de lesiones de médula espinal.


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Ibarra García, A., Silva García, R., & Ibarra, A. (2023). INMUNIZACIÓN CON PÉPTIDOS NEURALES MODIFICADOS COMO ESTRATEGIA TERAPÉUTICA EN LESIÓN DE MÉDULA ESPINAL. +Ciencia, (31), 31–40. Recuperado a partir de
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