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Neuronal adenosine A2A receptor overexpression exacerbates tau pathology-associated memory deficits.

Marie Pietrowski
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Xavier Marques
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Victoria Gomez-Murcia
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Aude Deleau
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J. Hansen
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S. Kozlov
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C. Danis
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M. Temido-Ferreira
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E. Coelho J.
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C. Mériaux
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S. Eddarkaoui
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S. Le Gras
M. Dumoulin
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L. Cellai
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Bank Neuroceb Brain
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I. Landrieu
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Y. Chern
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M. Hamdane
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L. Buée
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A. Boutillier
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Sabine Lévi
A. Halle
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D Lopes L. V. And Blum
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Neurobiology
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hal-03976300 , version 1 (07-02-2023)

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Marie Pietrowski, Xavier Marques, Victoria Gomez-Murcia, Aude Deleau, J. Hansen, et al.. Neuronal adenosine A2A receptor overexpression exacerbates tau pathology-associated memory deficits.. Purines 2019, Sep 2019, Saint Jacques de Compostelle, Spain. ⟨hal-03976300⟩
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