A Plant-Derived Antioxidant Supplement Prevents the Loss of Retinal Ganglion Cells in the Retinas of NMDA-Injured Mice
Clinical Ophthalmology, March 2022
Shigeto Maekawa, Kota Sato, Taiki Kokubun, Noriko Himori, Takeshi Yabana, Michiko Ohno-Oishi, Ge Shi, Kazuko Omodaka, Toru Nakazawa
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