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Effect of Pesticides on Neuronal and Glial Cell Differentiation and Maturation in Primary Cultures

By Anna K. Bal-Price and Helena T. Hogberg

Submitted: April 30th 2010Published: January 21st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/13430

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Anna K. Bal-Price and Helena T. Hogberg (January 21st 2011). Effect of Pesticides on Neuronal and Glial Cell Differentiation and Maturation in Primary Cultures, Pesticides - The Impacts of Pesticides Exposure, Margarita Stoytcheva, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/13430. Available from:

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